UFC Champ Slams NFL Champions in His Quest to Grovel Before Trump (VIDEO)

Colby "Chaos" Covington is the new UFC welterweight champ, and obviously, a Trump supporter.

Sports medicine has, in recent years, been studying the effects of too many blows to the head.

We can assume Colby Covington, newly crowned as the UFC welterweight champion on Saturday night has taken red alert-level hits directly to his cranium for some extended period of time, given his post-win rhetoric.

Covington is apparently expecting an invite to the White House, in order to celebrate his win.

He’s not only expecting it, but he’s slamming other athletes on his way there.

“I’m going to do what a real American should do. I’m bringing this belt to the White House and I’m putting it on Donald Trump’s desk,” Covington said in a post-fight interview.

“I told everybody I was going to make the welterweight division great again and now I am going to celebrate like a real American should … unlike the Filthadelphia Eagles disrespecting our country’s flag by kneeling for the national anthem,” Covington said in a press conference after the fight.

Swollen eyes and a scrambled brains, just like overuse of orange spray tan, can cause a lot of confusion.

The Philadelphia Eagles never knelt in protest during the playing of the national anthem.

Why President Trump and his loyalists insist in perpetuating this fallacy strains the bonds of reason, but there you are.

Covington continued to push the notion of a White House visit on Sunday.

While speaking to Fox Sports, he again suggested he’d be making a trip to the White House, while sharing some verbal friction with retired UFC middleweight champ, Michael Bisping, who questioned him on his claims.

"Do you have an invite to go to the White House or is that just another figment of your imagination, like being champ?" Bisping asked Covington.

"The only figment of my imagination is that you must not be seeing right with that one eye," Covington replied, referring to Bisping’s disfigured eye that resulted from a 2013 fight.

That didn’t even make sense.

Who knows? Covington might actually get the chance to act the fool in front of Trump, personally. UFC President Dana White has said that he could probably make those arrangements and get Covington to the White House with his belt.

At least when Conor McGregor is acting the fool, it's entertaining.

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MistyBat
MistyBat

Aaah, but it's making fun of disabilities that makes a mere dumbazz a Super Trumper!

Jules*
Jules*

".... calling people m-effers might be the golden key to the gates of Trump's White House." It's sure the key to the hearts and minds of the Left---why not see if it works with normal people?

etbass
etbass

The Eagles didn't kneel during the athem. They also have one of the most sincere witnesses for Christ seen on major TV since at least Tim Tebow was strapping it up.

That said, they are being petty about politics, of which the White House visit is none of it. The NFL allowed one assclown to fester and create irreparable harm on the league. Other sports ratings are up and the NFL declined, all while having the dynasty and Cinderella stories going on at once. That's on the NFL. They put politics in sports.

Then Trump jumped in and blew it up bigger by making it about himself. They were happy to oblige his ego. Now Trump is whipping their tail on the optics. No one wants lessons of oppression from 20-something year old men that have used God given talent and hard work to make millions of dollars a year.

Meanwhile Joe 6 Pack is using his father's day present of tickets to a game and he sees these guys disrespecting the country. The country that is built on the backs of the hard workers like Joe.

Trump is going to win that every time. These bunch of coddled, ignorant man babies haven't realized that this is going to hurt their paycheck. Salaries have been going up and up and up. The revenue ha being going up to fund it. When the revenue declines, so will those new contracts.

This guy just knows who the UFC audience is and is cashing in on it.

JASmius
JASmius

Well, being a dickwad is the way to get Trump's attention and win his praise. If not, I'm sure the Secret Service can take care of it if Covington opts to show up at the White House unannounced.

MistyBat
MistyBat

Covington's mocking the interviewer's disability, and calling people m-effers might be the golden key to the gates of Trump's White House.