Who The F*ck Let Chuck Liddell Fight?

Ok, seriously, did anyone expect a different outcome? Like, did anyone actually think that old ass Chuck Liddell had a chance in Hell against Tito Ortiz? Listen, we all know that Liddell is an MMA legend and UFC god. But, come the fuck on, son! I mean, he lost his Light Heavyweight title in 2007, man! Basically, he was already washed up over a decade ago. So, why the fuck would anybody let him get back in the cage, fam? Frankly, he got knocked out in the exact manner I figured he would, bruh.

Now, Oscar De La Hoya is the first person who needs to be held accountable for this. Real talk, there’s a reason why Dana White made Liddell quit, son: he was waaaay past his prime. In any case, Oscar wanted his Golden Boy Promotions brand to get into MMA and threw Liddell to the wolves, man. For God‘s sake, Liddell was getting knocked out ten years ago, fam! Fast forward to now and he’s even slower than he was then. On the flip side, Ortiz was still regularly competing. Shit, just a year ago he choked out Chael Sonnen while fighting for Bellator. Meaning, Ortiz’s skills haven’t completely eroded yet. Unfortunately, based on numerous training videos, the same couldn’t be said for Liddell.

Next, I’m holding Chuck’s entire coaching staff responsible for this fuckery. Man, they HAD to know that Liddell was a shell of himself. Ok, yes, he’s a grown man and can make his own decisions. However, that doesn’t mean they have to go along with that shit, son! Keeping it a buck, if they really cared about Liddell, they would’ve told him to sit his geriatric ass down, fam. Instead, they allowed him to get knocked into orbit while fighting Ortiz.

In the end, this entire situation was a shit-show, bruh. Ultimately, the undercard was the only redeeming part of this event, son. By and by, a couple of up-and-coming fighters got a chance to showcase their skills on Pay-Per-View. Other than that, the whole thing was a waste of everybody’s time, man. At the end of the day, Oscar needs to stay away from MMA and Liddell needs to stay retired. All in all, it’s better for the masses, fam. That is all. LC out.

P.S. Why is everyone hating on Ortiz for beating up an old Liddell? Last time I checked, Ortiz isn’t a spring chicken either, bruh. The way I see it, an old guy beat up another old guy. So, it was fair, son. Now, was it fucking stupid? Hell yeah! But, it was fair, man. Anyway, we all need to let these dudes just go be old, fam. Good day.

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Stop Hating, Floyd Mayweather

Man, I swear that attention actually matters more to Floyd Mayweather than money. I mean, anytime the spotlight is on someone else, he finds a way to weasel himself into the situation. On the real, for someone who’s had so much success, I really don’t understand why he always feels the need to be so damn petty. Like, regardless of how people may personally view him, he’s without question one of the greatest boxers ever. So, why won’t homie just shut the fuck up and ride off into the sunset?

Ok, for those who missed it, Mayweather has been doing a lot of fuckity-fuck shit lately. Well, let me be more specific, son. Real talk, he’s had an entire life of fuckity-fuck moments. Anyway, over the last view months, he’s been blatantly trying to steal Canelo Álvarez‘ shine. First, there was Mayweather’s out-of-the-blue announcement that he’s planning on fighting Manny Pacquiao again. Now, this random assertion came on the same day as the rematch between Canelo and Gennady Golovkin. Basically, Mayweather couldn’t let such a huge fight go down without throwing his name in the ring (pun intended).

Now, Mayweather wants to shit on Canelo’s new deal with DAZN. As previously reported, Canelo just signed a 5-year, 11-fight deal with the streaming service for $365 million. Essentially, he just signed the richest contract in sports history. In any case, instead of being happy for Canelo or simply minding his business, Mayweather took to Instagram to hate. He brought up the fact that he previously beat Canelo (while claiming that he’s a worse fighter than Conor McGregor) and bragged about his pay-per-view payouts. Listen, we all know that Mayweather made a lot of money and bested Canelo before. But, who the fuck was talking about that, man? Then, to make matters worse, he posted a picture of Oscar De La Hoya (former opponent/Canelo promoter) dressed in drag. For what? For God‘s sake, no one was even talking about Mayweather, fam!

In the end, Mayweather should just take his money and go home, bruh. Ultimately, no one wants to see him act like a hoe ass hoe anymore. In addition, no one wants to see him box Khabib Nurmagomedov. By and by, he’s had his time in the sun, man. At the end of the day, he’s just out here looking like a clown, son. Then again, this isn’t the first time he’s been out here looking like a clown, fam. Frankly, he may be better at that than boxing, brethren. That is all. LC out.

My Thoughts On Canelo, GGG & People Who Don’t ‘Understand’ Boxing

So, here we are, son. Another fight between Saúl “Canelo” Álvarez and Gennady Golovkin and another controversial decision, man. Now, I won’t lie, fam. This fight was close as fuck, bruh. Look, even though I had GGG winning, I can legitimately see an argument for the fight being a draw. Side note, that would be a REAL draw. Not that bullshit they pulled in the first fight, people. Listen, GGG won their first contest, don’t @ me, bro. In any case, today’s post isn’t about the match, per se. It’s more so about the trolls who can’t engage in a civil debate, folks.

Now, anytime there’s a fight, there’s always going to be a post-fight argument, son. No matter who a person is rooting for, if that fighter loses, folks are going to claim it’s a “robbery.” Real talk, that’s just the nature of the game, man. The problem is, anytime someone has a different opinion about a fight’s outcome, they get accused of not “understanding” the sport. No, bitch, we just have a different fucking opinion, fam! Shit, the last time I checked, we’re allowed to have a differing viewpoint, bruh.

Look, for better AND for worse (mostly worse), boxing is a subjective sport, son. Meaning, two people can watch the same exact thing and reach a different conclusion, man. For me, Canelo had no answer for GGG’s jab. But, Canelo was also more accurate with his power punches. All in all, I thought GGG won seven rounds to five. Frankly, it all came down to the 12th round and I gave that one to GGG. Regardless, I can see an argument for the final round being too close to call and the fight being a draw. Hell, that’s just the type of bout it was, fam.

In the end, I have to give Canelo his credit, bruh. Ultimately, he stood toe-to-toe with GGG and squeaked out a close decision. By and by, I have no idea how there weren’t any knockdowns, son. For God‘s sake, they were throwing bombs at each other, man. Anyway, I’m always going to look at Canelo sideways for his failed drug tests. However, he fought a good fight, fam. At the end of the day, the judges screwed GGG again and he’s still the REAL Middleweight champion. Sadly, I highly doubt the powers that be (*cough* Oscar De La Hoya *cough*) will give GGG another shot at Canelo. I mean, Álvarez is the cash cow, folks. *Sigh* Such is boxing, people. That is all. LC out.