Conor McGregor Finessed Dana White

Well, well, well, what do we have here, son? Two MMA posts in two days? That’s a record for me, man. Anyway, today’s post isn’t really about the fight between Conor McGregor and Khabib Nurmagomedov. I mean, who the fuck knows what’s going to happen, fam? On the real, the end result will come down to either Khabib’s wrestling or McGregor’s left hand. In any case, I’m really here to talk about McGregor’s business acumen, bruh. All in all, he straight finessed Dana White, folks.

So, for those who missed it, McGregor and Khabib just had their first face-to-face meeting. In general, the press conference for their upcoming fight was a complete shit-show, son. Frankly, it was exactly what I thought it would be, man: McGregor going ballistic and Khabib calmly looking like a serial killer. Moving on, more news came out right after the press conference: namely, McGregor’s new deal with the UFC. All I can say is, McGregor found a way to make White pay him, fam.

Look, it’s no secret that McGregor made an ass-load of money from boxing Floyd Mayweather. Keeping it a buck, no MMA paycheck would even come close to a nine-figure payout, bruh. Shit, Georges St-Pierre is one of the GOAT‘s and I’m pretty sure he made a little over $2 million in his last fight. Now, that’s a pretty number to a dude like me, but that ain’t shit compared to what McGregor raked in from boxing. In any case, the UFC had to give McGregor a real reason to step back into the Octagon, son. So, how did they do it? By bending over and touching their toes for McGregor.

Apparently, The Notorious just signed a six-fight deal with the UFC. As part of the deal, he gets points on the pay-per-view buys, and his whiskey, Proper Whiskey, will serve as a sponsor for all of his fights. Basically, he’s getting paid three different ways every time he steps into that cage, man. All I know is, THAT’S how fighters should do business with Dana White, fam. Listen, I know everybody doesn’t have McGregor’s celebrity, but White has been ganking fighters for years, bruh. Keeping it a buck, it’s about damn time that someone got one up on him, son.

In the end, congrats to McGregor, man. Ultimately, he may be a crazy person, but he knows his worth, fam. By and by, his fight with Khabib is going to be straight insanity, bruh. At the end of the day, McGregor’s left hand is his only hope, people. The way I see it, if he can’t stop Khabib’s takedowns, then the match is going to be absolute abuse, folks. Regardless, I can’t wait to see it, brethren. That is all. LC out.

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Guillermo Rigondeaux Played Himself

Man, what the fuck did I watch on Saturday night, son? Like, what kinda tomfoolery did I witness in this Vasyl Lomachenko and Guillermo Rigondeaux fight, fam? Real talk, that match was so ridiculous that I want my money back, bruh. The problem is, this wasn’t even a Pay-Per-View event, folks. In any case, the fight was so stupid, that I still feel like I’m owed money, people. All in all, I’m thoroughly, THOROUGHLY disappointed with a fight that I was so excited to see.

Ok, let me explain why I’m so damn mad, son. Listen, on paper, this fight was supposed to be the fight to end all fights, man. I mean, just take a gander at the participants, fam. Look, for the first time in boxing history, two two-time Olympic gold medalists were going to face off against each other. On top of that, they had a combined amateur record of 885-14 and combined professional record of 26-1. Needless to say, boxing nerds like me were HYPED, bruh!

Now, yes, some people were a little concerned about the size different between Loma and Rigo. Frankly, Rigo is a shrimp compared to Loma, son. Shit, we’re talking about a three-inch height advantage and eight pound weight advantage, man. Listen, to the casual person, the weight difference might not seem like a lot. However; when it comes to boxing, that shit has a HUGE impact on the fight, fam. In any case, I wasn’t that pressed about it because I had a high regard for Rigo’s skill.

With all of that being said, the fight was an absolute dud, son. Keeping it a buck, Loma just made Rigo look stupid, man. He hit Rigo whenever he wanted and Rigo couldn’t land a fucking punch, fam. Look, the shit was so lopsided that Loma landed more punches in the fourth round alone than Rigo landed in the entire fight. Now, after getting thoroughly outclassed for six rounds, Rigo didn’t even bother coming out of his corner for the seventh round. Basically, after all of the hoopla around this fight, Rigo fucking quit, bruh.

In the aftermath, Rigo blamed a hand injury for why he couldn’t continue. Now, there are several issues with this claim, son. First, he didn’t even fucking hit Loma, man! So, how the FUCK could he injure his hand?! Second, a TON of other fighters have thugged it out through worst predicaments, fam. Hell, just the other week, Miguel Cotto battled Sadam Ali with a torn bicep, bruh. With that being said, I ain’t tryna hear shit about Rigo’s hand, folks.

In the end, Rigondeaux disgraced himself and tarnished his legacy, son. Ultimately, he had no answers for Lomachenko, man. By and by, all Rigo did was get punched in the face and then try to hold Loma. All I know is, for someone of Rigo’s pedigree, it was a pretty pathetic showing, fam. *Sigh* So much for a legendary fight, bruh. LC out.

P.S. Tevin Farmer was robbed in his fight against Kenichi Ogawa, son. Now, this is EXACTLY why I hate decisions, man! Shit, judges can be the absolute WORST, fam! On the real, Farmer should be the IBF champion right now. I mean, there was NO WAY he lost that fight, bruh! *Sigh* Saturday night was just a bad night for boxing, people. That is all.