Bobby Green offers to fight Dan Hooker at UFC 305 after he fights Paddy Pimblett at UFC 304

Bobby Green is ready to double book himself.

Green (32-15-1 MMA, 13-10-1 UFC) is scheduled to face Paddy Pimblett (21-3 MMA, 5-0 UFC) July 27 at UFC 304 (ESPN+ pay-per-view) from Co-op Live in Manchester, England.

After fighting Pimblett, Green wants a quick turnaround for Aug. 17 at UFC 305 in Perth, Australia, where he’ll already be to corner a teammate. With lightweight Dan Hooker (22-12 MMA, 12-8 UFC) looking for a fight, Green offered to be his dance partner.

“My plans are to fight Paddy and if I can, if the UFC let me, I want to fight in Perth, too,” Green said on his Instagram story (h/t UFC on TNT Sports). “You pick the person. I hear Dan Hooker is looking for a fight. I’ll fight Dan. I don’t care. All I need is you to do me this favor.

“Work on them taxes because I’m not trying to give up 90K in f*cking taxes to Australia. But, if my plans go right, fight Paddy in (Manchester), and I already got to go for my boy Alex Reyes’ fight, so I’m already going to be out there. I might as well fight, too. So if y’all can make that happen, UFC, let’s make it happen.”

Green has won three of his past four, most recently battering veteran Jim Miller at UFC 300 in April.

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