‘I F**k Him Up’- Snoop Dogg Hilariously Imitates Conor McGregor’s Reaction After Dustin Poirier Loss

Published 01/02/2022, 11:30 AM EST


Recently, a clip of Kevin Hart and legendary rapper Snoop Dogg has surfaced on YouTube. The duo sat down to cover all things related to combat sports, including Conor McGregor’s brutal injury in the third fight against Dustin Poirier. Snoop Dogg shed light on the aftermath of the fight and how the UFC star refused to dial down his trash talk.

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Usually, fighters don’t resort to trash talk after losing a fight, but this occasion was different. The rubber match between Dustin and Conor did not go the way McGregor had intended, and he also suffered an unfortunate injury. Snoop Dogg stated that he admired Conor’s confidence and tenacity, which he brings to the octagon.

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Snoop was in awe of Conor McGregor even after losing the fight

The superstar rapper also did a hilarious impression of the fighter that will definitely tickle your funny bones. Snoop shared his views about the whole event and also gave everyone a run of the post-fight events.

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He said,” I love his tenacity, his fierce way of fighting. He was talking s*t after he broke his leg. ‘I’d f**k  him up, there’s nothing he can do to me’. His leg was f**d up, I’m like, cus still talking s*t.”

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Conor hasn’t returned to the octagon after losing the trilogy fight against Dustin Poirier at UFC 264. His broken ankle has kept him out of the octagon for a long time and he is only expected to return in the second quarter of 2022. Meanwhile, Dustin recently suffered a loss in his title bout against Charles Oliveria at UFC 269.

Despite being on a losing skid, Conor has been calling out the reigning lightweight champion Oliveria for a match-up. But this fight seems highly unlikely as the Irish fighter is currently ranked at number 9 in the division. There are still many contenders waiting in the rankings to fight for the title, and it seems like he will have to after someone else.

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Ayank Chourasia

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Ayank Chourasia is an eSports author at EssentiallySports. He has been writing since 2016 across various fields, having done his BBA from T.I.

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