CONOR MCGREGOR WANTS TO BE THE JOE ROGAN OF POWER SLAP
Conor McGregor sees a future in commentary – for Dana White’s Power Slap.
Conor McGregor is having a slappin’ good time with Dana White’s newest venture, Power Slap. So much so that he thinks he might have a new venture himself – commentating from the Power Slap booth.
“I could potentially be the Joe Rogan of Power Slap,” McGregor tweeted after a series of posts breaking down Sheena Bathory’s massive knockout of Kortney Olson. McGregor is known for his heavy hands, so it makes sense that he’s a fan of the new sport.
“Stabilize the hips. Turn the shoulder. Torque the torso,” McGregor tweeted. “KO! Where’s my belts and my cash[?]” McGregor may be getting slap happy, but it goes beyond jokes. “If anything, Power Slap is showing the importance of turning back your shoulder and torquing your torso into the shot,” Conor continued. “Turn your shoulder back and torque fully into [the] strike! K.O.”
McGregor even shared insight on how he would approach taking a slap – since we all know he can deliver one. “It would have to be better to take it relaxed,” Conor replied to a fan who asked about the best strategy for taking a slap. “Full awareness with a relaxed brace I would say is best. Then all you can do is pray the opponent’s sum of force x velocity is less than needed.”
There hasn’t been any announcement of McGregor’s official involvement in Power Slap – but it’s looking more and more like that revelation is on the horizon