War Machine made a joke about killing his girlfriend in an interview

Jonathan KoppenhaverLive betting fans were stunned to learn that MMA fighter Jonathan Koppenhaver, otherwise known as War Machine, made a joke about ending the life of porn star Christy Mack, the girlfriend who on Friday he allegedly almost killed.

A year ago, Koppenhaver, who was sitting next to Mack, was in the middle of an interview with MMAfighting.com, talking about the “Mack” tattoo that was done on his neck, and many pay per head agents remember very well when this took place. The interviewer decided to ask the notorious MMA fighter how he would ever explain the tattoo if they ever separated in the future. Live betting fans were taken aback when he said that he would just add the “R.I.P.”, saying that the tattoo would remind him of his dead girlfriend.

Pay per head agents were in a complete state of disbelief when he said this – maybe many people who saw the interview thought that what he said was nothing more than a joke, but not everybody found it funny at all, considering his temper. Unfortunately Koppenhaver had to show the whole world what a brutal individual he is, and Live betting fans can see just how shameful this whole incident turned out to be.

Mack then said, “Honestly, I would probably deserve it.”

Koppenhaver is currently on the loose – wanted with seven arrest warrants over Christy’s alleged beating – which left her with a ruptured kidney and 18 broken facial bones. Live betting fans believe that he deserves anything that’s coming to him, especially after what he did.

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Pay per head agents and many Live betting fans who saw the interview still can’t believe what War Machine said, and many found his words to be ominous, but are glad to know that Christy lived, despite the brutal beating that she received from Koppenhaver, who seriously let down the MMA world, to not mention his supporters in the sport. Hopefully Christy will have a very quick and full recovery.