We have received several questions from fans asking for the full story on UFC Fighter Bryan Caraway and his history of inappropriate behavior and conduct towards women. To those people who contacted us we weren’t ignoring you, we were just waiting to answer all of your questions at once.
So lets get down to business. In the immortal words of Jack Webb: “The facts ma’am – just the facts.”[quote cite=”Bleacher Report, May 18, 2013″ citeurl=”http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1643873-ufc-star-miesha-tate-and-bryan-caraway-the-most-hated-couple-in-mma”]So far, he’s threatened to physically maim Ronda Rousey on Twitter, publicly bashed marijuana supporters while gleefully accepting another fighter’s bonus pay while speaking to MMA Junkie, and if the latest news from Bloody Elbow turns out to be accurate, intentionally attacked Cat Zingano prior to her TUF 17 Finale bout with his girlfriend, Miesha Tate.[/quote]
On March 3, 2012, Bryan Caraway released this series of inappropriate tweets which publicly revealed his aggression issues towards women. To this day Caraway still does not understand why this type of behavior is unacceptable. His series of his violent and abusive tweets can be seen below. MMA fans everywhere were shocked to watch how quickly Caraway became enraged and how open he was to resort to violence towards a woman when things didn’t go his way. There’s so many things that we could say about each of his tweets, but we’ll just let them speak for themselves.
One year later, Bryan Caraway’s attacks on women have escalated from being verbal to physical. Here is a statement from Cat Zingano on May 17, 2013 about his most recent physical attack.
We think Bryan Caraway needs help. And we don’t mean from a friend who can lend an ear, but from a licensed professional who specializes in anger management and over aggression issues towards woman. What do you think? Let us know your comments below.