UFC’s Bobby Green roasts Boxers: They would get R—d in real life

Mixed Martial Arts veteran Bobby Green unleashed a scathing critique of boxers, leaving no punches pulled. Green, known for his outspoken nature, held nothing back in his assessment of the boxing community.

According to Green, boxers are intimidated by MMA, and their fear is what sets them apart from competitors in the Octagon. “They’re all scared, so they know we don’t r*** y’all ni**as like that,” Green stated bluntly. He went on to emphasize that MMA stars would dominate boxers in a real clash, taking their “s**t” while they attempted to put up a defense.

Green’s harsh words were met with a mix of stun and amusement by fans and critics alike. While some praised his honesty, others criticized his choice of words, labeling them disrespectful and unprofessional.

When asked to clarify his statements, Green seemingly backtracked, expressing remorse for his choice of words. “I’m sorry, I’m sorry… I take your s*it while you can’t like, you try to fight me no, this is a cold thing,” he said on Just Went Digital, attempting to soften his previous remarks.

Despite the controversy, Green’s comments sparked a lively debate about the differences between MMA and boxing. Fans of both sports weighed in, with some arguing that MMA stars possess a unique skillset that boxers lack. Others countered that it’s harder to reach the top in boxing considering it’s an Olympic sport with a lengthy history compared to MMA.

This is a tale as old as time. Previously Joe Rogan provided a sombering take on why a boxer would be very unlikely to triumph over a mixed martial artist in real life:

“No one thinks that Tyson Fury beat Jon Jones in a fight. No one thinks that. Tyson doesn’t think that. You want to talk about who’s the baddest man on the planet? If Jon Jones and Tyson Fury are locked into a room, I’m pushing all of my chips on black.”

He added, “Tyson Fury is an amazing boxer. [But] He doesn’t have a f**king chance in hell of making it out of that room… Zero chance.”