VIDEO | Team Alpha Male’s Adam Corrigan exposes Julian Wallace getting knocked by 19-year-old cousin of Cody Garbrandt
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The very recognizable Australian MMA fighter, Julian “Julz the Jackal” Wallace has seemed to get a lot of attention for all the wrong reasons. You may recognize Wallace and his face tattoos from the viral bullying video in his faceoff with Ben “10” Nguyen, where he was knocked out by Nguyen in their match.
Most recently, Wallace entered a guilty plea to “one count of assault occasioning actual bodily harm and one count of intentionally choking with recklessness.” The charges came from a domestic violence incident involving his former fiancee, Jessy-Rose “Jessy Jess” Clark, who is also an MMA fighter.
Australian MMA promotion Xtreme Fighting Championship (XFC) released a statement following Wallace’s guilty plea announcing that they have cut ties with Wallace “from all future commitments with the organization.”
The bad buzz for Wallace seems to continue. The Australian fighter was recently in Sacramento, California visiting Team Alpha Male and apparently things didn’t go so well for Wallace in his short stay there.
Team Alpha Male’s Adam Corrigan posted the video above of Wallace sparring with 19-year-old Austin Meese, who is the cousin of rising TAM star, Cody “No Love” Garbrandt.
Meese is a 2-2 amateur and looks to have some sharp striking like his cousin, “No Love.”
Corrigan said in the caption of his Instagram post, “Sometimes karma catches up with people.. If you can’t beat men, don’t beat women! Life note – be a good person! #welcometoteamalphamalemotherfucker #dontcomeback #mma #womanbeater #boxing #muaythai”
Garbrandt confirmed to a fan in the comments that it was indeed his cousin that dropped Wallace in the video. To top it all off, Meese gives Wallace a proper welcome after dropping him on the mat.
“He said welcome to team alpha male mfer!! 😂😂,” Garbrandt commented in the post.
Wallace is set to face sentencing for his guilty plea on December 7 in Australia.