50 Cent Thinks He Can Beat Conor McGregor in a Street Fight, Because He’s Never Fought a Professional Fighter

Floyd Mayweather Jr. weighs in at the MGM Grand Garden Arena May 4, 2007 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Mayweather Jr. will fight Oscar De La Hoya for the WBC super welterweight championship at the MGM on May 5, 2007. *** Local Caption *** Floyd Mayweather Jr.

It seems like 50 Cent has hit the heavy bag a bunch and done enough steroids to think he can beat up a professional fighter. When will this dumb shit end?

Watch 50 Cent talk to Andy Cohen, of all fucking people, about how he would take Conor McGregor in a street fight.

50 Cent has been an obsessed fanboy of boxing for quite a while now. His boxing promotion went bankrupt in 2015 after generating half a million dollars in debt. He has on multiple occasions claimed to place substantial bets on Floyd Mayweather. He is even training his son to become a mediocre boxer.

Watch some vintage clips of 50 Cent working the speed bag with Floyd and respect those, ah… skills.


Of course, the idea that 50 Cent could even be competitive in a fight with a professional fighter is the stupid dream of a juice head. It’s the same thing you hear during UFC PPVs in Buffalo Wild Wings across America. In Gold’s Gyms, a chorus of guys who don’t work out muscle sets below the waist, make the same claims. It’s the pure ignorance of people who have never been in a fight. Let’s be clear though; I’d watch the fuck of out that pay per view.

(h/t: Fansided – Amy Kaplan)

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