Murder Butthurt was the case that they gave him.
Longtime Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) welterweight slugger, Matt Brown, is still annoyed with legendary hip-hop recording artist Snoop Dogg, who is a frequent guest at promotion gatherings (like this one) because promotion president Dana White is an honorary member of the Dogg Pound.
Why so serious?
Well, it seems Snoop may have celebrated a little too hard — at least in the eyes of “The Immortal” — when Conor McGregor got finished off by Floyd Mayweather Jr. last August, as if it’s suddenly taboo to celebrate when you root, root root for the home team.
“Snoop Dogg, that piece of shit,” Brown said on Joe Rogan’s podcast (via MMA Fighting). “I’ll call him out. He called out Conor. He called him a bitch. That’s not cool, man. I don’t care [if he was intoxicated], he put it out in public. He could have apologized, deleted it, whatever. If I go to the UFC PI [UFC Performance Institute], I might just punch him if I see him there. I’m cool with that.”
Okay, maybe this profanity-laced video didn’t need to circle the web (blame the gin and juice), but keep in mind, football fans will burn down their own city as a show of solidarity, so as far as I’m concerned, a couple of f-bombs and that other special word are tame by comparison.
Brown (21-16) won’t be punching anybody but Carlos Condit for the foreseeable future. After teasing retirement in the wake of his Diego Sanchez win, the former Ultimate Fighter (TUF) contestant will return to the Octagon (at this event) for a welterweight showdown against “The Natural Born Killer.”
Not to be confused with Natural Born Killaz.