As the news spreads about possibly the greatest fight of all time, between UFC and Boxing’s greatest fighters, a funny thing is happening. For once, it seems that white America is no longer rooting for America, and is instead thinking along racial lines and siding with the Irishman. How did this happen? We always knew that America was a racist country, but now it seems it is becoming overtly so, with many white Americans believing they have more in common with a white man from another country than their very own black American brothers and sisters.
It beggars belief that white America feels closer to McGregor than Floyd. Floyd Mayweather is a wonderful upstanding American citizen, who inspires many African Americans to think big and gloat about how great they are. Unlike McGregor, who balances his cockiness with cliche ideas about hard work, self-belief and the power of visualization, Mayweather focuses solely on his personal success without referring to principles of any kind. Why refer to principles that can help others, when your example is a lesson in and of itself? Mayweather’s example of enjoying his wealth, partying and gloating, is an inspiration to millions of black Americans, who also aspire to be rich one day and flaunt their wealth in other peoples’ faces.
With this fight though, Floyd risks ruining his entire legacy and by losing to an MMA fighter, which would damage the egos of millions of African Americans irreparably. This is the reason that this fight has so any white Americans excited – they are simply desperate to see a successful black man fail.
Having said all this, many have qualms about Floyd and his open support for Donald Trump, but this muddies the narrative we’re trying to foster here in the accredited media, so we’ll brush that one to the side for now.
The truth is, white America cannot stand the fact that Mayweather, a BLACK man, has achieved such unprecedented wealth and success. They long to take him down and destroy his legacy, and wish him the humiliation of a defeat by a UFC fighter. African Americans draw much self-confidence from Mayweather’s example, using him to educate white people about how tough they are, while rightfully ignoring pathetic strength sports like powerlifting, which are 100% white. The egos of African Americans matter, and anyone who supports a McGregor win, is only serving to take away their self-confidence, which in modern day racist America, they need more than ever. Shame on you white America, for siding with your own race. Your privilege is showing more than ever, and the world is watching you.