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Matt Brown Says He Wants To Punch Piece Of Shit Snoop Dogg For Calling Mcgregor Bit*h

Matt Brown Says He Wants To Punch Piece Of Shit Snoop Dogg For Calling Mcgregor Bit*h

Matt Brown, a UFC welterweight has finally made an appearance on UFC commentator Joe Rogan’s podcast “The Joe Rogan Experience,” and his appearance certainly has made some waves.

After the multi-million boxing match, the vast majority of UFC employees had nothing but kind words to say about Conor McGregor. Snoop Dogg was one of the few exceptions.

Brown isn’t so fond of non-fighters making a mockery of the fighter who steps into the octagon or ring to entertain the masses, and rightly so. The Immortal wasn’t happy with rapper Snoop Dogg, who posted a joking video about UFC lightweight champion Conor McGregor after he lost his debut boxing match to Floyd Mayweather by TKO in the tenth round.

Not only that Snoop Dogg threw shade at Daniel Cormier and called him a “b-tch” for his emotional post-fight interview after UFC 214 this past July.

“Snoop Dogg, that piece of shit. I’ll call him out,” Brown said as Rogan brought up ‘insult commentary’, a type of sports commentary that has leaked into mixed martial arts over the last few years.

“He called Conor, remember he called him a bitch? That’s not cool. I don’t care. He put it out in public. He could have apologized, deleted it, whatever. If I go to the UFC PI [performance institute], I might just punch him if I see him there. I’m cool with that.”

Matt Brown also declared himself to be a fan of the Conor Mcgregor who shocked the world when he knocked out UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo in just 13 seconds to claim the UFC featherweight title. What he isn’t a fan of are people who criticise folks who do what they could never even imagine doing.

“That really offends me,” Brown said. “Because Conor, people all have their opinions about him, I respect the sh*t out of that guy,” Brown said about McGregor. “I love what he’s done. I love his schtick. I think he’s a true sportsman. I like he comes into the limelight for a little while and then he goes back and I think he goes back and he works his ass off. I really think he does.

“He wouldn’t be where he’s at if he didn’t. But everybody judges him by what he does out here.”

Check out the interview with Joe Rogan and Matt Brown below.

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