Stephan Bonnar’s House Burned ‘To The Ground’ And ‘Lost Everything’
UFC Hall of Famer Stephan Bonnar that his home was destroyed in a fire on Monday.
Bonnar posted a video on Friday on Instagram showing the damage. TMZ initially posted on Thursday of the news and posted a short video of a raging fire inside the sand-colored home. Bonnar’s wife, Andrea, also reportedly posted on Facebook that “we have lost everything” in the fire.
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Bonnar says in his Instagram clip: “No more casa. Burned to the f— ground.” He also shows he recovered some memorabilia including his gloves for the Hall of Fame voted fight with Forrest Griffin, along with jerseys from the first season of “The Ultimate Fighter.”
The Henderson Fire Department provided a statement to MMA Fighting on Thursday.
“On March 28 at 2:40p.m., the Henderson Fire Department responded to a house fire near Galleria Drive and Cadence Vista Drive,” the statement read. “Upon arrival, flames and smoke were visible from the exterior of the home. Due to the high winds and condition of the fire, HFD upgraded their response to a 2-alarm fire. The fire was knocked down at 3:48p.m. No transports or injuries were reported. 2 adults, one juvenile and four dogs were displaced.”
There is a GoFundMe circulating on social media, with many calling for aid, including former UFC champion Tyron Woodley.
— Tyron T-Wood Woodley (@TWooodley) April 1, 2022
Bonnar retired from the MMA in 2015.