(Video) Chael Sonnen gets roasted by his son: At least I didn’t fight Anderson (Silva) and lose

UFC icon Chael Sonnen is known the maestro of verbal jousting in MMA. Renowned for his vibrant persona and sharp quips, Sonnen has redefined the art of trash-talking.

But even the best wordsmiths face moments of vulnerability. This was recently witnessed in a promotional clip featuring Chael Sonnen and his son, Thero Sonnen.

Chael Sonnen’s trash-talking prowess reached its pinnacle in 2011 during a memorable promo with Wanderlei Silva. The verbal sparring showcased Sonnen’s unparalleled ability to captivate audiences with his wit. But every saga has its end, and Sonnen’s “undefeated” narrative eventually met its match.

In a recent promotional video for JOCKO FUEL, Chael Sonnen engages in a mental chess match with his son, Thero. The son cleverly turns the tables, stating, “Hey, at least I didn’t fight Anderson and lose.” Sonnen was momentarily taken aback by the statement.

One of the biggest rivalries in MMA history is between Anderson Silva and Chael Sonnen. But the two have since forged a renewed sense of friendship. Their recent joint viewing of Silva’s documentary garnered reactions from fans.

In another video, Sonnen playfully mimics giving his son “street justice” by acting as if he was beating him with a belt. One of the biggest rivalries in MMA history is between Anderson Silva and Chael Sonnen.

But the two have since forged a renewed sense of friendship. Their recent joint viewing of Silva’s documentary garnered reactions from fans.

In a lighthearted exchange, Thero Sonnen playfully jibes at his father’s perceived weaknesses and past losses. The combat sports community’s response to this playful banter has been a mix of amusement and empathy.

Fans have taken to social media to express their reactions. Many find the banter hilarious, appreciating the playful dynamic between father and son. Some highlight the undeniable resemblance between Thero and Sonnen, jokingly suggesting no DNA test is necessary.

Some of the comments are as follows:

“sonned by his son”

“it’s in the genes”

“He’s actually hurt 🤣”

“lmaoooo he annihilated chael ☠️”

“No dna test needed. That boy is his 😂”

The combat sports community has collectively embraced the lighthearted exchange, acknowledging the emergence of a prodigy in the making.