Snoop Dogg Breaks Down Stephen “Wonderboy” Thompson’s Career Highlights

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Snoop Dogg takes a look at UFC welterweight Stephen “Wonderboy” Thompson’s career highlights in advance of his UFC 209 rematch against Welterweight Champion Tyron Woodley.

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747 Comments on "Snoop Dogg Breaks Down Stephen “Wonderboy” Thompson’s Career Highlights"

  1. Sorry snoop your boy and mine "The Eagle" aka Khabib Nurmagomedov has cancelled his fight due to weight cutting hospitalization. But what gets me is he has been treated and let go seems to me he could still fight if he wanted to. Ugh time to move up to welterweight big boy.

  2. Sorry snoop your boy and mine "The Eagle" aka Khabib Nurmagomedov has cancelled his fight due to weight cutting hospitalization. But what gets me is he has been treated and let go seems to me he could still fight if he wanted to. Ugh time to move up to welterweight big boy.

  3. Coward Khabib is the reason I get to save 50 dollars thanks UFC I was going to pay for this event thank god Coward Khabib backed out last minute. I'm done with watching the UFC they can't even get events going anymore. Many AKA guys that gym should never be allowed in a main event.

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