CHAOS erupted as Aiden ‘LikkleMan’ Henry and Salim Chiboub faced off ahead of their pay-per-view bout in London tonight.
The 3ft punchers are set to fight at a secret location in the capital, with fans paying £4.99 to tune in online.
LikkleMan, 26, and Chiboub went head to head at the weigh-in, with tensions threatening to boil over.
After badmouthing each other the fighters, looking to win the ‘Wicked’N’Bad’ belt, got in each other’s faces.
Chiboub, through his mask, planted a kiss on Coventry-boy LikkleMan’s forehead.
A shoving match then ensued, with security trying to bring order back to proceedings.
But before they could, LikkleMan had put his rival on the deck, flooring him with a hard push.
SunSport exclusively chatted to LikkleMan earlier this week as he gears up towards the bout of his lifetime.
The fighter, who was released from prison in March 2019 a reformed character, said: “I was born fighting, when you are born half the size of a normal man you have to fight twice as hard to get anywhere in life.
“I was born into a life of gangs, drugs and crime, like a lot of people are in certain areas. But on top of that I am this size.
“I didn’t go to school, I can’t read or write, I didn’t have parents.
“I have matured a lot now but my brain is definitely wired differently to everyone else.
“I’ve had 25 bad years behind me, I have had to apologise for a lot of things I am sorry for, but now I have this chance to turn my life around and I am going to take it.”
And having made such strides, LikkleMan has big ambitions for the future.
He added: “I could sell out the Ricoh Arena, definitely.
“Because I am small but confident with it, people have never seen that combination and are intrigued.
“Girls are fascinated about whether things are in proportion, it’s just my everyday life.
“From a very young age I have been aggressive because of how I have been treated.
“Now I can hopefully make that work for me and better my life, because that is all I have wanted the chance to do.”