The 'Bachelor' star documents his road trip to the Sin City over the weekend to watch a boxing match between Jorge Linares and Nihito Arakawa at MGM Grand Garden Arena.
Juan Pablo Galavis headed to Las Vegas ahead of the broadcast of "The Bachelor" season 18 finale. The soccer stud and his two friends drove to the Sin City to catch a boxing match between Jorge Linares and Nihito Arakawa at MGM Grand Garden Arena on Saturday, March 8 and documented his road trip on Twitter.
"Road Trip with @marquezparis... #Noelamaaaaa," he wrote in a caption of a selfie which shows a man seemingly fixing a car in the background. He stopped by the MGM's wedding chapel as he's expected to propose to one of the girls in the "Bachelor" season finale.
Juan Pablo also posted photos with Venezuela boxer Linares, one of which features them in the dressing room. He reportedly stood in the ring with Linares when the boxer was announced and later left the arena before the main match of the evening began.
The 28-year-old hunk had a dinner at Joe's Stone Crab as a source said, "It was him and a bunch of guys who were a part of the Venezuelan fighter's team and a couple older ladies with big hair."
He made the most of the night by briefly visiting the nightclub and later left for Beacher's Madhouse. He reportedly arrived at 12:30 A.M. and exited after about 30 minutes. He didn't drink but he posed for photos with girls and guys.
Juan Pablo has a reputation as the worst Bachelor ever for his controversial comments and actions. Most recently, he retweeted a message that made fun of people with mental handicaps. The post read, "Not every flower can save love, but a rose can. Not every plant survives thirst, but a cactus can. Not every r*****d can read, but look at you go, little buddy!"
"Today you should take a moment and send an encouraging message to a f**ked up friend, just as I've done. I don't care if you lick windows, or interfere with farm animals. You hang in there cup cake, you're f**king special to me, you're my friend, look at you smiling at your phone!"
He then defended himself, once again blaming his bad English for the inappropriate tweet, "Yeap, an OK english, my WRITING is HORRIBLE but some of you already UNDESTAND me with all my MISTAKES... People, try to be HAPPY and enjoy JOKES and SARCASM... In Venezuela the R word is USED commonly and by NO means is to OFFEND anyone... #Relax #DifferentCulture #Respect."
"The Bachelor" three-hour season finale will air Monday, March 10 at 8/7c on ABC. Juan Pablo will take Clare Crawley and Nikki Ferrell to meet his family before he makes his final decision.