UFC Hall of Famer Stephan Bonnar’s family home in Nevada was burned down on Monday, according to a report from TMZ on Thursday.
Bonnar confirmed the report after taking to his Instagram on Friday, where he shared a video of the fires aftermath.
“No more casa,” Bonnar said in the video clip. “Burned to the f*cking ground.”
Bonnar was able to retrieve his gloves from his Hall of Famed fight with Forrest Griffin as well as the jersey signed by the entire cast of The Ultimate Fighter, Season One.
According to TMZ’s initial report, Bonnar’s wife, Andrea, shared the news on Facebook.
“I am just jumping on to let you know our house burned down today and we have lost everything,” she wrote.
On Thursday, MMA Fighting obtained a statement from a public information officer for the Henderson Fire Department regarding the initial report from TMZ.
“On March 28 at 2:40 p.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, HFC upgraded their response to a 2-alarm fire. The first was knocked down at 3:48 p.m. No transports or injuries were reported. 2 adults, one juvenile and four dogs were displaced.”
The cause of the fire is still under investigation.