Geordie Shore star Aaron Chalmers blasts critics but accepts certain MMA fighters will never accept him after comeback win at Bellator London

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AARON CHALMERS hit back at his critics after a winning return to the cage but accepts certain members of the MMA community will never accept him.

The former Geordie Shore star, 32, bounced back from his first career defeat last time out to submit Fred Freeman with a triangle choke in the second at Bellator London last night.

Aaron Chalmers blasted back at his critics after his successful return to the cage
Chalmers claimed the win over Fred Freeman with a triangle chokehold in the second that forced his opponent to tap

Chalmers, who revealed all about his battle with anxiety and depression to Sun Sport last week, was cheered on by his girlfriend Talia Oatway and his reality TV friends at Wembley Arena.

And after sharing a warm embrace with them following his win he was asked about his critics by the media.

Chalmers said: “How many fights has Paul Daley been in? 60 fights? He said to me, ‘Aaron, a year ago I did an interview and said you were the real deal, everyone says you’re not a real fighter’.

“If I’m not a real fighter, why am I on the biggest card in the UK? “If you’re not a real fighter how can sell out Newcastle, twice, London three times and Birmingham?

“But I’m not a real fighter?

“If I’m not a real fighter in Bellator, then what are these fighters that are following us?

“I can never be accepted by certain members of MMA, but… f*** it. I get paid well.”

Chalmers’ MMA record now stands at 5-1 after his triumph over Freeman.

And he already has his sights set on his next fight.

The Newcastle-born ace went on to reveal his hopes of being involved on planned upcoming Bellator shows in both Milan, Italy and Newcastle before the turn of the year.

Aaron Chalmers bounced back in style at Wembley against Fred Freeman
The Newcastle fighter was cheered on by his Geordie Shore pals at ringside

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