Rishi Sunak and Suella Braverman are set to settle their differences not in the hallowed halls of Parliament, but rather in the octagon of UFC 296. The much-anticipated matchup has political pundits and fight enthusiasts alike wondering if Rishi’s proclaimed “special move” will indeed secure him the coveted UFC title.

Rishi, known for his economic prowess and not necessarily for his combat skills, is confident that his signature move, “stabbing people in the back,” will be the secret weapon to clinch victory. In an exclusive interview, he revealed, “In the world of politics, you need a sharp strategy. What better move than the classic ‘stab in the back’? It’s been my go-to in Westminster, and I don’t see why it wouldn’t work in the UFC.”

Braverman, on the other hand, seemed more focused on traditional fighting techniques, expressing her disbelief at the entire affair. “I thought we settled our differences through debates and legislation, not a cage match. But if that’s how Rishi wants to play it, I’ll be ready,” she stated, seemingly unimpressed by the PM’s unconventional approach.

UFC organizers, recognizing the novelty of this political showdown, have already started marketing the event as “The Westminster Rumble.” The promotional posters feature Rishi Sunak in a suit, holding a dagger, and Suella Braverman in a fighter’s stance with the caption, “Politics Gets Physical.”

While some find the entire concept entertaining, critics argue that settling political disputes through a cage match might set a peculiar precedent. Nevertheless, fight fans are eagerly anticipating the clash, curious to see if Rishi’s political acumen translates into success inside the octagon.

As UFC 296 approaches, one thing is certain: the world will be watching to see if Rishi’s backstabbing technique can secure him not just political victories, but a title belt in the brutal world of mixed martial arts.