Hawaiian UFC Fighters React To Hawaii Missile Attack

On Saturday, Jan. 13, Hawaiian residents began receiving a rather alarming message through their cellphones. Now Hawaiian UFC fighters have decided to react to the alleged missile attack.

Some residents began receiving an emergency alert message on Saturday stating, “Ballistic missile threat inbound to Hawaii. Seek Immediate shelter. This is not a drill.” Taking to Twitter, UFC flyweight Louis Smolka first offered a message concerning the matter.

“Is this missile thing real?” The fighter stated.

UFC featherweight champion Max Holloway was quick to shoot out a worried question of his own over the social media platform.

“What’s going on. Hawaii stay safe,” Holloway said.

Max Holloway

It has since been revealed that the alert message is allegedly false, as Holloway once again took to Twitter to reveal.

“Spread the word.” The champion stated.

Louis Smolka returned to Twitter to comment on the situation.

“You can’t be f**king around like that, I had a to-go bag ready and we were about to head for yokes or North shore or something,” he said.

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