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GOP Sen. Markwayne Mullin — who has unbeaten mixed martial arts record — challenges Teamsters union boss to cage match

Senator Mark Wayne Mullin put an end to this slippery tweet.

He wants a real fight with the boss of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters.

Marin, undefeated in mixed martial arts (Republican, Oklahoma) record To his credit, on Monday he formally challenged Teamsters General President Sean O’Brien to a cage fight for charity.

“High-profile union teamster boss about to deliver punchy remarks after Senate hearings. ” Marinelin told O’Brien on Twitter:. “September 30th, Tulsa, Oklahoma. Receive within 3 days.”

Mr. Mullin’s challenge follows last week when Mr. O’Brien called him a “self-made greedy CEO.”

“It’s really just a clown and a crook,” O’Brien added. Tweet with a provocative handle name “Team Star SOB”. “It’s always been, it always will be. Stop acting hard in Senate hearings. You know where you can find me. Cowboy anywhere, anytime.”


Republican Senator Mark Wayne Mullin takes on Teamster boss Sean O’Brien.
Mark Wayne Marin/Twitter

The two have been arguing since O’Brien got into an altercation with Marin, who runs a plumbing company, in March. Senate Health, Education, Work and Pensions Committee I hear about the formation of a trade union.

Mullin accuses Teamsters of trying to intimidate employees into unionizing and accuses O’Brien of “siphoning” money out of employees’ paychecks by “coercing them to pay dues.” bottom.

After O’Brien said the senators were “crazy,” he said the Teamsters “create opportunities because we hold greedy CEOs like you accountable.”

“You call me a greedy CEO?” Marin asked.

“Oh, yes,” replied O’Brien. “You want to attack my paycheck, I will attack your paycheck…what were you doing when you owned your own company?”

“The reason I keep my salary down to about $50,000 a year is because I invested every single penny,” Malin said.

Okay, okay,” said Mr O’Brien, resuming hostilities by asking Mr Marinelin:

Mr. Mullin recalled last week’s verbal exchange, much to the ire of Mr. O’Brien.

“Hey John Wayne Marin. First, my name is O’Brien, not O’Malley. Second, get the facts straight because every time you speak at the hearing, you’re full of shit. Yes,” O’Brien tweeted on June 21. You’re an idiot. ”


Labor Party Leader Sean O'Brien
Labor Leader and Teamsters Union Chairman Sean O’Brien Speaks at Labornote Conference.
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Teamsters advertised as 1.2 million membersis one of the largest trade unions on the planet, representing workers in the trucking, rail and publishing industries in particular.

Formerly Marine he said he would fight Porn star Stormy Daniel’s ex-lawyer Michael Avenatti was embarrassed, but it never came out. Avenatti is currently in prison.

Marin was elected to the House of Representatives in 2012 and rose to the Senate after winning a special election last year to replace retired Senator Jim Inhoff (ROK, Oklahoma).


Senator Mark Wayne Marin
Senator Mark Wayne Mullin (Republican, Oklahoma) speaking at a hearing before the Senate Health, Education, Work, and Pensions Committee.
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Mullin and O’Brien aren’t the only major figures to spark the debate over public scraps via Twitter.

Last week, Twitter CEO Elon Musk challenged fellow social media giant Mark Zuckerberg to a “fight in the cage.” Zuckerberg, a jiu-jitsu protégé, seemed to accept it.

Mr. Musk, who was outraged by reports that Facebook planned to develop a microblog to replace Twitter, teased His specialty is the walrus. This is a technique that aims to immobilize an enemy by sitting on top of them and doing nothing.


Twitter CEO Elon Musk
Elon Musk watches a talk during his visit to the Vivatech Technology Startup and Innovation Fair at the Porte de Versailles exhibition center in Paris.
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Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg
In 2018, then-Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg left the Elysee presidential palace in Paris.
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Mr. Musk has admitted to not having much training to compete with Mr. Zuckerberg, making the South African-born CEO a decidedly underdog.

A representative for Teamsters did not respond to a request for comment.

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