Dog the Bounty Hunter Vows to Catch MMA Fighter ‘War Machine’ Accused of Domestic Abuse

The professional fighter, whose real name is Jon Koppenhaver, is wanted by police for allegedly assaulting his ex-girlfriend

Professional MMA fighter “War Machine” is wanted by Las Vegas police after allegedly attacking his ex-girlfriend, porn star Christy Mack. Now reality TV star and professional bounty hunter Duane “Dog” Chapman has vowed to bring him to justice.

“War Machine better to give all your excuses to the judge,” Chapman tweeted. “You got 24 hours to turn yourself in or I am coming after you!”

The fugitive fighter, whose real name is Jon Koppenhaver, is wanted for multiple charges after allegedly attacking Mack and putting her into the hospital, according to the Washington Post. Mack tweeted out photos of the aftermath on Twitter along with a graphic explanation of what happened.

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“He made me undress and shower in front of him, then dragged me out and beat my face,” she wrote. “I have no recollection of how many times I was hit, I just know my injuries that resulted from my beating. My injuries include 18 broken bones around my eyes, my nose is broken in 2 places, I am missing teeth and several more are broken. I am unable to chew, or see out of my left eye.

“I also attained several lesions from a knife he got from my kitchen,” she continued. “He pushed the knife into me in some areas such as my hand, ear, and head. He also sawed much of my hair off with this dull knife. After some time, the knife broke off of the handle and continued to threaten me with the blade. I believed I was going to die. He has beaten me many times before, but never this badly.”

It’s not the first time Koppenhaver has been in trouble with the law — he was arrested in 2009 on felony domestic violence charges.

Chapman hasn’t announced how he plans to find the wanted fighter, but it wouldn’t be the first missing fugitive he’s collared. Authorities believe Koppenhaver is currently on the lam in or around San Diego.

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Chapman’s A&E reality show was canceled in 2012, but he didn’t leave the air for long. Dog and his wife Beth Chapman returned to television in 2013 on the CMT show “Dog and Beth: On the Hunt.” Season 2 premiered in June.

Here are Chapman’s tweets: