Luke and Jordan from MAFS UK are actually scheduled to have a boxing match in February
Luke said he wants to ‘punch his head in again’
MAFS UK might be over, but it seems the feud between Luke and Jordan will never be, as the two are scheduled to have a boxing match in February. Two weeks ago Luke shared screenshots of a group chat that he and Jordan were in, where Jordan asked Luke to “message him privately” so they could sort a boxing match out, and it seems the two have finally arranged a date.
Luke announced on Instagram Live that he and Jordan would be having a boxing match at some point in February. Luke previously discussed in a podcast that he was going to spend the next few months in boxing training, and that whilst he hasn’t boxed before his dad and uncle were “champions” so it “runs in the family.” He went on to say he wants to “punch his [Jordan’s] head in again.”
In the messages Luke previously shared on his story MAFS UK groom Jordan asks Luke to message him privately to start to organise the boxing match with Luke replying “Thought you had childhood trauma with violence?”
In the full conversation, Jordan messages the group chat which includes Arthur, Jay, JJ and possibly others. He writes: “Message me privately @Luke to start talking about planning the boxing to make it happen soon. I’m bored of all this talking and want to put an end to it and act like proper men.”
Luke replied to Jordan saying, “Thought you had childhood trauma with violence? BINGO you’re a scamming little c*nt.”
MAFS UK groom Luke won’t let the feud go, as he shared the screenshots on his story where he captioned them, writing “Bingo, here is Jordan who says he is scared of violence due to his past.” He then tagged Mams Taylor who is the co-president of Misfits Boxing.
He continued writing “Let’s get this over the line because I can’t think of anything better than putting this pr*ck asleep in the ring.”
The story was shared on Reddit, where Luke replied to one of the comments who had told him to “stop trying to stay relevant.” Luke replied saying: “I knew for a fact he used that as an excuse so I was removed, he told another groom he was going to do it. Also, the time going to his door was planned by producers, hence why there was a camera crew in his room waiting for me to turn up.
“Also if I was trying to stay relevant I wouldn’t be arguing with a bloke who has a tiny following and is hated.”
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