Not what we expected to hear from somebody who actually works for the UFC…

There has been a wide range of mixed reactions to this past Saturday’s fight. Floyd Mayweather took on Conor McGregor in the Irishman’s boxing debut, and it kinda went how most fans expected.

Unfortunately for McGregor his big chance to beat a boxing great slipped away in round 10. Faster to the punch, better conditioned and more experienced, Mayweather finished the Irishman in round 10.

Since losing the fight McGregor has been graceful in defeat. The same cannot be said for everyone, as there was a predictable social media onslaught immediately following the bout.

The internet gave a typically cruel reaction to the Mayweather vs. McGregor result this past Saturday August 26…

Snoop Dogg’s Surprisingly Explicit Reaction

Among those taking to social media to bash McGregor was famous rapper Snoop Dogg. Currently Snoop works for the UFC as co-commentator with Urijah Faber on Dana White’s Tuesday Night Contender Series.

Considering the backlash Snoop got for mocking Daniel Cormier after UFC 214, it’s surprising that he’s right back at it again. Check out what the LBC rapper said during an irate social media post:

Snoop Goes Ham…

“50 and 0 n****. The motherf***ing champ, n****. 50 and 0. F*** that motherf***ing punkass McGregor, you b****. F*** him. Motherf***ing champ, n****.

“Yeah, n****. That’s what you get for coming to a motherf***ing gang fight with a butter knife you b***ass motherf***er. F*** you, n****. Money Team champ, n****. Where the party at, Floyd? Yeaaah!

“Hey, 50 and 0, n****. Hey, McGregor a bad motherf***er though. I’ll give him his, he got heart. He got heart.”

Conor McGregor’s only interview since the loss is below…

Aug 26, 2017; Las Vegas, NV, USA; Floyd Mayweather Jr. lands a hit against Conor McGregor during a boxing match at T-Mobile Arena. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

“I don’t know, I thought I lost a match, I don’t think I lost a fight. I lost a match, I thought his composure was very impressive. (Despite) his speed and his power, I thought the early rounds were mine handily. I thought I hurt him in the first, picking him apart up until the third. The first four rounds I thought were mine. Maybe you give him one in the first four, then he took over five, six, seven. I think I won the eighth, he won nine, and then the tenth.”

“There’s always a patch in my fights where I’m like, I go through this fatigue stage and I just come through it. It’s not damage I’m feeling, I wasn’t wobbled, I wasn’t rocked. You know what I mean? Even the final stoppage. One of them snapped the head back and then three more after that, the two were glancing (shots).

“I would have liked to get back into the corner. Even in the training and the build-up, I had those eight, nine, ten (rounds) that were kind of iffy rounds. But then when I saw the finish line, when I saw 11 and 12, I came back alive. I knew there were only six minutes left and I pushed it again. So I feel like if I got through that 10th round, I could have gotten my composure again. You know what I mean? But what can you do?

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  1. Seems like all known black artist fell in to that “black vs white” bs mayflower went with, as it is mostly black artist from the US that “rip CM to shreads”, like CM says it best, thats a bitch move, its weak men talking!

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