UFC's Jorge Masvidal Is Serious About Switching To Boxing And Eyes 'Canelo'

UFC's Jorge Masvidal Is Serious About Switching To Boxing And Eyes 'Canelo'

UFC's Jorge Masvidal Is Serious About Switching To Boxing And Eyes 'Canelo'

"There is this craziness going on politically right now... if you are a Trump guy you don't like certain types of people".

With Madison Square Garden known for showcasing the biggest of superstars, The Rock was on hand to wrap the "BMF" title belt around the victor of yesterday's fight, which went on to be Masvidal.

Trump was accompanied by his sons Donald Jr and Eric as well as Republican house leader Kevin McCarthy and representatives Peter King of NY and Mark Meadows of North Carolina.

Despite the speculation, there remains a significant stumbling block to any deal in the shape of Canelo's promoter Oscar De La Hoya and his notoriously fractious relationship with UFC boss Dana White.

While the UFC may be thankful for Trump, their fans aren't as much.

The president's son Eric Trump took issue with reports his father had been booed.

'Plenty of MAGA & KAG present. "Great energy. Fantastic job!" He retweeted a BBC story saying his father had been jeered and commented: "What a joke".

Eric Trump may have been referencing the fact that the crowd broke into "USA" chants when the American heavyweight Derrick Lewis beat his Bulgarian opponent.

They'll have to shut everything down, and I don't think it's a good idea.

Trump sued O'Brien in 2006 after his book, 'TrumpNation: The Art of Being the Donald, ' reported that his wealth was vastly less than the real estate mogul had claimed. His appearance was met similar to that at the World Series last week.

The two men had dinner together last week at the White House, and after Saturday's event White said he was not anxious about the booing. "If you want to boo, you can boo".

The president fired off the vulgar praise for himself from his Trump Tower penthouse, where he awoke Sunday after attending a series of Ultimate Fighting Championship matches at Madison Square Garden. One member of the Nationals, pitcher Sean Doolittle, said he will not attend.

"In the wake of Conor and Mayweather, it showed me a lot of things that I thought were good and bad", he explained. "I'm just here to get the biggest checks possible but Nate is in the future for a fact". Has he thrown 10,000 jabs more than me because that's what he does morning and night?

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