Mike Perry posts disturbing video of his bleeding leg

Mike Perry posts disturbing video of his bleeding leg

In what seems like protocol at this point, Mike Perry may be in some trouble.

On Sunday evening, Jan. 3, the 29-year-old posted a graphic video of his leg bleeding profusely and a broken glass door. The video begins with a closeup of Perry’s face.

The UFC welterweight sighs and then flips the camera to show a shattered glass door, which appears to lead to a parking garage. He then pans the camera to left, revealing a puddle blood on the ground. 

Inside an empty hallway, the blood looks like it is coming from the lower part of Perry’s left leg. During this time, Perry can be heard whispering “[Expletive]. [Expletive] am I supposed to do about this? [Expletive].”

After the video was posted, Perry wrote a disturbing tweet shortly after.

“No matter what I do it’s never enough. So I act out. Happy to spill my own blood,” Perry said via Twitter.

Many of of Perry’s followers on Twitter commented on the post, some even offering Perry some help. 

This is not the first video of Perry outside of the octagon which raised concern. In July of last year, Perry was seen knocking out an older man on video outside of a restaurant in Texas. He completed an anger management course shortly after. 

In October 2020, Perry’s ex-wife Danielle Nickerson spoke out about alleged abuse from Perry during their marriage.

The Florida resident is now dating Latory Gonzalez, who cornered him at UFC on ESPN 12 in June 2020. The couple is expecting their first child soon.

He is coming off a unanimous decision loss to Tim Means at UFC 255 this Past November. Perry is 3-6 in his last nine UFC appearances, defeating Mickey Gall, Alex Oliveira and Paul Felder. He finished 1-1 in 2020.

Perry made his UFC debut back in August 2016, finishing Hyun Gyu Lim at UFC 202.

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