Al Iaquinta & Mike Perry Throw Down In Hilarious Twitter Beef

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The friction between Al Iaquinta and Mike Perry continues to build up.

It all started at UFC Nashville last week when ‘Platinum’ took home a post-fight bonus award for his vicious finish over Jake Ellenberger, as opposed to Iaquinta who made quick work of Diego Sanchez after a two-year layoff. Following the event Iaquinta expressed a great deal of displeasure with the UFC’s bonus criteria, expletively calling out the promotion itself, UFC President Dana White, and innocent bystander Sage Northcutt.

Enter Mike Perry, who felt as though it was his obligation to stand up for the promotion that has treated him so well lately. Perry called out Iaquinta for his complaints on Twitter and continued to his rant against ‘Raging’ on an episode of The MMA Hour.

Yesterday (Sat. April 29, 2017) the pair continued to go at one another’s throats, which ended with Iaquinta telling Perry to tell his ‘girlfriend’ Dana White to book a bout between them:

Perry was quick to respond to that suggestion, pleading with his boss Dana White to give him a chance to meet Iaquinta in the octagon:

“Raging” Al continued to spit trash talk gold, however, telling Perry to stop begging to his boss:

Then later on, Iaquinta responded to Perry’s request to fight him again with a brutal zinger:

As previously mentioned, both men come off of great knockout wins. Iaquinta is currently on a five-fight win streak following his win over Sanchez, which include wins over Jorge Masvidal, Joe Lauzon, and Ross Pearson.

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Prior to his win over Ellenberger, Perry came off of his first career mixed martial arts (MMA) defeat to Alan Jouban via unanimous decision. ‘Platinum’ has finished all of his wins in MMA competition via knockout.

Would you like to see a bout between Iaquinta and Perry? Who do you think would walk away victorious in the potential bout?