/  11.30.2020


Over the weekend, there were a couple major moments that had everyone talking and they all went down at the same place. One was Mike Tyson and Roy Jones Jr. getting back in the boxing ring decades after their retirements to duke it out, another was Nate Robinson getting knocked out by Jake Paul, and the third was Snoop Dogg’s hilarious commentary as he witnessed the fights in-person after his performance at the boxing event.

The Doggfather’s commentary was so funny that he had people cracking up on social media the entire time. “The winner tonight was Snoop Dogg! ‘This looks like my 2 Uncles fighting at the Bar-B-Que,’” actor Wendell Pierce tweeted. Read that below.

“My Unk @SnoopDogg is simply the greatest at whatever he does man!! Swiss Army Knife,” NBA star LeBron James commented, while recording artist Marsha Ambrosius added, “And the winner is……………….SNOOP DOGG for singing “OH PRECIOUS LORD” during one of the funniest nights of 2020! Get all your KING.” Peep those messages, as well.

Many other fellow celebrities and fans reacted to Snoop’s commentary, too. Since then, it looks like he’s been paying attention to these tweets because on Sunday (Nov. 29), the Jack of all trades reposted a message on his Instagram account that appears to be a contract that he would be more than happy to sign if a sports outlet asked him to come onboard as an official sports commentator. Move other Shannon Sharpe and Skip Bayless!

“Here’s who won tonight: Snoop Dog, hands down,” the rapper’s post read. “Someone sign @SnoopDogg to a multi-year contract. He’s a natural commentator. He’s Barkley on steroids. He’s hilarious! 3 years for $15 million? Who’ll make the call?” Take a look at it below.

Would you want to see Snoop take on his next business venture in the sports commentary world?

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