There’s something about Floyd Mayweather that terrifies Conor McGregor, but it’s not his skills as a boxing champion. It’s the fact that he is a black man. If you’ve followed any of the buildup to tonight’s match, you’ll know that McGregor has, seemingly without fear, called Mayweather a whole lot of derogatory names (“weasel”, “rat”, etc.) and majestically humiliated him in public in so many ways that it is clear either he is not afraid of facing Mayweather in the ring, or he is literally a madman. What boggles the mind is that a simple accusation would humble this MMA world champion alpha male to the extent of going full cuck: racism. Yes, Conor McGregor will unashamedly blaspheme against the name of King Jesus, he’ll confidently face one of the greatest-ever boxing champions in the ring; the man shows no fear … except when accused of the deadliest sin recognized by our degenerate society today – one that will drive him to repentance and make the arrogant, undaunted McGregor we’ve come to know during this entire campaign cuck like never before in this recent interview:
I never labelled him a monkey or any other African-American a monkey … I … I will never disrespect any race like that…. [The accusation] is a weak move on his part that he would try to instigate something … and something so sensitive…. If anyone was offended, I apologize.
I’m not advocating calling black people monkeys. But I don’t advocate it in the same way I don’t advocate or condone much of the other derogatory language both McGregor and Mayweather have apologetically used throughout their campaigns.
Conor McGregor fears a god, but it’s the wrong one.
Enjoy tonight’s fight, but remember that the white race’s pride is certainly not resting on McGregor’s shoulders.