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 Last update:  10/15/2009       Read more by Mark Vester         
   
Bernard Hopkins Thinks MMA is a Gay Porno, Not a Sport
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By Mark Vester

Light heavyweight contender Bernard Hopkins spoke with BoxingScene.com about the sport of Mixed Martial Arts - and Hopkins held nothing back when he expressed his feelings about the UFC craze. Hopkins told BoxingScene's Bill Emes that grown men should not be watching MMA. He says MMA is not a sport, and compared it to a porno movie. According to Hopkins, he would feel "suspect" [possibly gay] if he bought a ticket to watch MMA.

"Everybody is different. I don't want to watch two grown men wrestling with panties on. I'm from the hood, we don't play that. To me, I'm not buying a ticket to watch two grown men with panties on, sweating, [with] nuts in their face. That's not me. To compare that to boxing is ludicrous. It's a porno. It's an entertainment porno," Hopkins told BoxingScene. "I'm not wrestling a guy with panties on and his nuts in my face, and they call that a sport."

Hopkins would also tell BoxingScene that he wouldn't have a problem if MMA had an audience made up of women, but it bothers him that groups of men could get together to watch MMA events.

"I'm not criticizing people for what kind of entertainment they like. I think most of those people have chains and masks in their closets. There is something out there for everybody. I can understand if 90% of women were going to those things but I can't understand a grown man sitting there with a couple of guys watching two grown men with panties on, sweating. That's just my opinion. It's not a good look," Hopkins said.

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comment by PittyPat, on 10-20-2009
[QUOTE=S a m u r a i]How did I miss this shit? Bernard is ****ing brilliant.[/QUOTE] The more I watch him spout off, as opposed to fight, the more he goes up in my estimation. :D I can't get enough of his antics. And I still think he was getting his sports mixed up - however funny it sounded - ...

comment by Paparazzi, on 10-20-2009
[QUOTE]he was born that way...[/QUOTE] lol, figures

comment by DuttyAlacrity, on 10-20-2009
:rofl: ...

comment by djtmal, on 10-20-2009
[QUOTE=Paparazzi]I'm a homosexual because I say that fighting isn't homosexual? Wow... Do you practice being this dumb...or does it just come natural?[/QUOTE] he was born that way...:rofl:

comment by Paparazzi, on 10-20-2009
[QUOTE]Your an offended homosexual. Are you the guy who wrote the article about my comment?[/QUOTE] I'm a homosexual because I say that fighting isn't homosexual? Wow... Do you practice being this dumb...or does it just come natural?

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