Floyd Mayweather Jr. may be the biggest cock to actually get in a fight.
The boxer was interviewed for an episode of HBO’s “Mayweather/Cotto 24/7,” when he compared getting into a boxing ring with dog fighting. Realizing what an ass this would make him sound like, he quickly tried to get politically correct about it, then said, “screw it, I’m an ass. Let me tell you about my fur coats too.”
Or something of that nature.
“When you look at the ring it’s always surrounded by a bunch of people, like a doghouse,” Mayweather stated.
“When you go to a dog house and watch pit bulls fight,” he continued as he tried to elaborate his pointless point.
“I don’t wanna get in trouble with the PETA people, but – the animal rights people, but s**t. I don’t give a f**k because I wear mink coats,” he said. “I’m going to wear chinchilla and rock mink coats. The same people who gonna tell you, you can’t wear animal fur and s**t. Them the same people that’s eatin’ chickens. Eatin’ cow and eatin’ steak. So f**k what they talk about.”
PETA responded to the statement by saying:
“People who proudly admit to wearing fur are either ignorant or arrogant about animal suffering. And people who allude to attending dogfights are inviting the authorities to investigate a potential felony. PETA promotes living compassionately, including choosing vegan meals, but you don’t have to be a vegetarian to object to a cruel blood ‘sport’ in which dogs are left mangled, bloody, soaked in urine and saliva, and unable to walk, and the ‘losers’ are killed for not having been ‘game.’ Unless Floyd Mayweather’s agent will strangle, shoot or beat him to death if he loses, his comparing boxing to dogfighting is as absurd as it is offensive.”
Guess the organization gave him a total knock-out.
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