Thanksgiving festivities might be muted somewhat this year given the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, but that didn’t stop fighters from celebrating with their immediate families and even finding ways to sneak in some extra training while most regular folks are enjoying a day off.
Even in isolation, your favorite MMA personalities at least took the time to share pictures of friends and family, memes, and wish everyone else a blessed Turkey Day.
Check out how the MMA world celebrated Thanksgiving this year:
Ok ill try this again on the correct day. Happy thanksgiving to all my American friends.
— michael (@bisping) November 26, 2020
I’m thankful for the good and bad . The good keeps me going and the bad keeps me striving for improvements . Happy Thanksgiving all .
— Derek Brunson (@DerekBrunson) November 26, 2020
Happy Thanksgiving to my American and Canadian friends!
— John Gooden (@JohnGoodenUK) November 26, 2020
What’s one thing you’re thankful for?
Mine: although it’s just me and my brothers, I’m thankful for the relationship we have
— Tracy Cortez (@TracyCortezmma) November 26, 2020
I think I’ll keep my maternity pants for future thanksgivings
— Amanda Bobby Brundage (@ABCnation115) November 26, 2020
Happy thanksgiving to everyone ! Love you all … hug and kiss the people close to you and tell them how important they are to you .
— Eddie Alvarez (@Ealvarezfight) November 26, 2020
Happy Thanksgiving from our family to yours. Grateful for all things big and small this year ❤️
— Megan Olivi (@MeganOlivi) November 26, 2020
So thankful for my life.
— Valerie Loureda (@valerielouredaa) November 26, 2020
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