LIV Golf star’s wife says she’d “absolutely love” Rory McIlroy to be “punched in the face”

LIV Golf star’s wife says she’d “absolutely love” Rory McIlroy to be “punched in the face”

The spouse of LIV Golf’s star claims she would “absolutely love” to “punch” Rory McIlroy in the face.

Ashley Perez, the wife of LIV Golf’s star Pat Perez, viciously retaliated against Rory McIlroy after last week’s contentious Ryder Cup.
Rory McIlroy has been a vocal critic of LIV Golf.

After Rory McIlroy and members of the United States Ryder Cup team got into an altercation in Rome last week, Ashley Perez, the wife of LIV Golf star Pat Perez, took aim at the Northern Irishman.

One of the harshest critics of LIV Golf has been McIlroy, and it appears that Ashley, Perez’s partner, feels the same way about the Northern Irishman.
She brutally wrote on Instagram, “I can’t possibly be the only one that would absolutely love to watch Rory get punched in the face.

“I kind of mean that in the nicest manner possible.
Perez’s remarks came after McIlroy got into a fight at Marco Simone last Saturday with Patrick Cantlay’s and Justin Thomas’ caddies.

On day two of the Ryder Cup, the four-time major winner was paired with Matt Fitzpatrick to take on Cantlay and Wyndham Clark.
After Cantlay made an extraordinary birdie putt on the 18th green, the Americans won the fourball match.

Cantlay was a man who became embroiled in controversy while in Rome following claims that the American had sparked a “split” within the Team USA camp.
According to Sky Sports, the former FedEx Cup champion was upset that players weren’t getting paid and, in protest, decided not to wear a cap.

Contrarily, the entire U.
S. team removed their caps and waved them in the air as they congratulated Cantlay on his winning putt.
His caddie Joe LaCava was among those who joined in, but the bag-man seemed to take his joy too far after pointing out McIlroy as the object of his joy.

LaCava was instructed to move back by the Northern Irishman, who still had his own putt to make a birdie.
The American seemed to disregard the request.
Following the caddie’s behavior, the two appeared to argue, with Shane Lowry, another member of McIlroy’s team, getting involved.

After that, McIlroy was seen arguing with a second U, which caused tensions to rise.
S. Jim Mackay caddied in the Marco Simone parking lot. Once more, Lowry became entangled and had to pull his teammate away before the four-time major winner could be led to the car.

The following day, however, McIlroy was able to channel his frustration into motivation as he helped Europe win their seventh consecutive home Ryder Cup by defeating American ace Sam Burns in his Sunday singles match.


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