AEW Star Rips CM Punk Title Match Botch

CM Punk is reported to have grabbed the ‘wrong’ foot, his plant foot, when he appeared to do a storyline reinjury of his foot during a kick on AEW Dynamite right before he lost to Jon Moxley. Bobby Fish at first seemed stunned by the booking, then mocked the Punk kick angle.



Many fans also compared Moxley vs. Punk to Punk’s humiliating UFC losses. Kamaru Usman was memed much like Punk after his loss at UFC 278 last weekend.

The former UFC Double Champion Conor McGregor recently poked fun at Kamaru Usman after the latter suffered a knockout loss against Leon Edwards at UFC 278. Usman was eyeing to make the sixth successful defense of his welterweight title as he dominated the majority of the fight. However, Edwards came up with a stunning high leg kick from nowhere to register a comeback win in the contest.

Conor McGregor takes a shot at Kamaru Usman

”Notorious’ did not miss out on the opportunity to mock Usman, who took some time to recover and get back on the stool after the vicious blow. On Twitter following Usman’s shocking knockout loss via a head kick, McGregor laughed at his fellow fighter. He also shared a photo of Usman’s face after he was knocked down and wrote:

“I don’t like the boy not sleeping with his men hahahaha twat got twatted.”

The Irishman and the Nigerian have engaged in several exchanges in the past. McGregor has even expressed interest in fighting Usman by claiming he is not intimidated by his overall skillset. He reacted to a visibly stunned Usman by saying:

“Usman gonna come out saying he from Pluto after that smack hahah Marty green pants from Pluto 😂”

The Nigerian-American fighter has mocked the Irishman before during his beef with Jorge Masvidal, and sure enough, McGregor made sure the 35-year-old hear from him as well. This was Kamaru Usman’s second career loss, first in the UFC, and the only knockout loss of his MMA career. The ‘Nigerian Nightmare’ has been undefeated for the past nine years, and his last loss before UFC 278 came against Jose Caceres in May 2013. We will see what is next for him.

Barry Russell
Barry Russell
A dedicated pro wrestling follower for more than a decade

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