Conor McGregor on becoming Joe Rogan: UFC star trolled for desiring to become Power Slap commentator- ‘Nate Diaz was the first guy to Power Slap you’
Conor McGregor seems to be having fun with Dana White’s most recent endeavor, the Power Slap League. The UFC star is interested…
Conor McGregor seems to be having fun with Dana White’s most recent endeavor, the Power Slap League. The UFC star is interested in working as a color analyst for the Power Slap League, similar to what Joe Rogan does for the UFC. Boxer Anthony PrettyBoy Taylor, in the meantime, dissed him by making fun of McGregor’s growing interest in the Power Slap league, commenting, “Bro, shut up!! Nate Diaz was the first guy to Power Slap you.” Follow the Latest UFC News Updates with InsideSport.IN
Bro shut up!! @NateDiaz209 was the first guy to power slap you!!!
— Anthony PrettyBoy Taylor (@anthony_foreal) January 20, 2023
Conor McGregor on becoming “Joe Rogan of Power Slap”
The new show has created considerable controversy in the MMA world. Well-known MMA commentators like Luke Thomas and Josh Thomson dubbed the league the poster child for Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy, a brain condition brought on by repeated head trauma. The Notorious recently joked on Twitter that he might develop into the “Joe Rogan of Power Slap.”
In the comment section, there were various responses to the former UFC champions’ new intention to work as a pundit for the Power Slap League. Anthony Taylor, a crossover fighter who recently lost to Idris Virgo, mocked the Notorious for his new wish. The Prettyboy made fun of McGregor for suffering his first UFC defeat at the hands of Nate Diaz, stating that he was the first to slap the former double champion.
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All about Power Slap League
Competitors in Power Slap alternate between the “slapper” and “defender” roles, and they each have up to 30 seconds to slap someone or recover after receiving one. The conventional 10-point must system used in MMA and boxing is also utilized to score fights. Points are awarded based on the slapper’s efficiency and the defender’s recovery time.
The Notorious has a great chance of becoming the commentator for this most recent and intriguing slapping league. Conor McGregor is regarded as one of the best trash-talkers in MMA history and has a handful of his well-known catchphrases. Although “The Notorious” might easily transition into a career in commentary, his desire to return to the octagon would prevent that.