Conor McGregor's last fight against Dustin Poirier ended in an injury for him, much to the horror of the fans in attendance. But the former president of the United States of America, Donald Trump, was seemingly unaffected.
McGregor broke his tibia in the very first round of his UFC 264 main event bout against Poirier. A video uploaded to Twitter captures UFC commentator Jon Anik's live reaction to McGregor injuring himself. The short clip also shows the audience in the background jumping up anxiously and grimacing at McGregor, who is unable to continue.
However, former US president Trump, who was in attendance at the behest of Dana White, remained unmoved as everyone around him reacted dramatically. The tweet said:
"You know Trump has seen some sh*t when he’s just completely unfazed by Conor McGregor snapping his leg vs. Poirier"
One fan pointed out that even Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg showed more emotion when he attended a UFC event live:
"Even that robot zuckerberg shows some emotion"
Other fans joked about him being distracted or unable to see the incident inside the octagon:
"He can’t see that far #Glaucoma"
"He has no idea what’s going on"
Others pointed out that Trump may be desensitized to the brutality, having been exposed to the nation's darkest secrets:
"Hard to top what he saw on Weiner's laptop"
"Imagine knowing about aliens and seeing their alien genitals in CIA reports. A dude snapping his leg is no big deal."
One user attributed the philosophical trait of stoicism to Trump being unfazed:
Michael Chandler believes he is the best opponent for Conor McGregor
Lightweight contender Michael Chandler is looking to bounce back from his loss to Dustin Poirier at UFC 281.
Chandler spoke to Brett Okamoto in an interview with ESPN MMA and proposed a potential matchup against Conor McGregor. He mentioned the massive draw that he generates and stated that the only logical step for him would be to fight 'The Notorious'.
"It's crazy the amount of buzz that is on me, my fight style, my fights every single time and the UFC knows it. I think Conor knows it. Conor's team knows it. The whole world of mixed martial arts knows it... Whenever he wants to come back and tell me who's a bigger draw or a bigger fight than me and Conor right now?"
A fight between 'Iron' and Conor McGregor sounds as intriguing as they come and is sure to produce striking fireworks.
Catch Michael Chandler's full interview with ESPN MMA on YouTube: