UFC Vet Anthony Njokuani: ‘I Could Never See Ludwig Being A Racist Or Bully’

Former WEC and UFC lightweight Anthony Njokuani recently took to Facebook and posted a statement in response to all the claims that Duane ‘Bang’ Ludwig uses racial jokes and made african american fighters feel uncomfortable while he was at Team Alpha Male.

Njokuani, a longtime friend of Ludwig, decided to share his thoughts and said that it’s hard for him to hear all these things that he’s never seen from Duane.

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“It’s crazy to hear that [Duane Ludwig] has been labeled a racist and a bully. I’ve know Duane for about 20 years now and I’ve never witnessed him act out in any of those way. This man’s a very caring and respectable human being. I could never see him act like that towards anybody. The first time I met Duane was in California at my first pro muaythai. Him and [Bas Rutten] came out to root us on. I didn’t even know Duane Personally at that time and he went out his way to give me some pointers when we were in the locker room getting ready. I thought it was cool as hell because it was K-1 fighter Duane Ludwig one of the guys I idolized giving me a pep talk and in doing so I ended up knocking out my guy 30 seconds in the first round with a right high kick to the head. So Duane Ludwig I could never see that kind of person in him.”


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