OK, let’s break this down: Last weekend, Chris attended UFC 276. Here’s a photo of him at the event with Miles Teller.
One of the matches on the undercard was Israel Adesanya taking on Jared Cannonier. Israel won the fight.
According to well-informed personChris appeared on ESPN’s post-show telecast, where he reportedly disparaged Israel’s exit and subsequent victory. “I’m going to say this as humbly as I can, as a guy who’s never been in the Octagon,” he said. “I don’t know this game, I’m just an actor. But I’m not a fan, man.”
“I’m not a fan of going out, like, all that talk and then just making a little bit of noise,” he added. “I’m like, ‘Come on, man. Cash on that.’ You have to cash in on that promise to be so badass.”
Unsurprisingly, Israel was unenthusiastic about the comment, responding in kind on Twitter. “Good morning. I’m the man,” he said, accompanied by a clip from the film. Dear, in which James McAvoy punches Chris in the face with a computer keyboard. “You’re just a fan.”
“You’re right. I’m sorry brutha,” he offered. “It annoys me when people criticize my work, since they have never risked anything.”
“It makes me hypocritical to do exactly that to you. My mistake. He’s still champion.”
There you go! Let’s all relax now. In the meantime, stay out of the octagon, Chris!