WWE vs Dana White’s Power Slap?: Roman Reigns backed to ‘handle’ Power Slapper as Usos left confused- ‘Sir?’

WWE vs Dana White’s Power Slap?: Roman Reigns backed to ‘handle’ Power Slapper as Usos left confused- ‘Sir?Debuting on TBS on January…

WWE vs Dana White’s Power Slap?: Roman Reigns backed to ‘handle’ Power Slapper as Usos left confused- ‘Sir?Debuting on TBS on January 18, the show features multiple competitors competing in “the biggest slap competition of all time.” UFC President Dana White’s new organization holds events inside the UFC’s APEX Center in Las Vegas. Follow WWE News and Updates with InsideSport.IN 

In an attempt to entice viewers into watching it, White recently discussed the difference in safety in the Power Slap League compared to other combat sports. He also had a message for those who would prefer not to watch it. 

Because we spend the money to make sure that we have two healthy people in there, with proper medical attention during and after the fight,” White stated in an interview.These are all the things we need to educate people on, just like we needed to educate people on mixed martial arts.

But, in slap, they take three-five slaps per event. Fighters in boxing take 300-400 punches a fight. And guess what? You know what my answer to that is? If you don’t f—— like it, don’t watch it. Nobody’s asking you to watch this.

Usos left Roman Reigns confused:-

The usos left confused by writing sir .?? On a video of Power slap on twitter .Fans are also confused that why usos write that .Let’s see how fans are reacting over it.

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WWE vs Dana White’s Power Slap?: Roman Reigns backed to ‘handle’ Power Slapper as Usos left confused- ‘Sir?

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