A Twitter user has edited together a parody video that features OpTic Gaming's Call of Duty pro player Iam 'Crimsix' Porter and champion MMA fighter Conor McGregor.
'FragmentG' posted a video on Twitter that shows the two personalities supposedly being interviewed together on television ahead of some fight between the two.
It's clear that the original video was a pre-fight hype interview between McGregor and fellow fighter Nate Diaz, but the editor took out Diaz's half of the screen and included an old and funny video of Crimsix.
The resulting effect is actually quite hilarious, as the things that Crimsix, McGregor, and the hosts say during the interview almost totally make sense with each other, despite the fact that they are from two completely unrelated video clips.
— Fragment (@FragmentG) December 15, 2018
Being that the video of Crimsix was from his earlier days with OpTic, when his trash talking skills were very much at their peak, the whole edit almost seems authentic enough to pass for a real interview.
One of the funniest moments was when Crim was "asked" about McGregor potentially overlooking him in his training, to which he responds: "So I've been in five fights, won all of them obviously, you know your boy. But I think four of them were in junior year of high school, and I think after junior year, no one fucked with me at all."
Now obviously Crimsix and McGregor would never actually be set to fight each other, as much as we'd all pay to see it, but when it comes to waging a war of words, very few can stand up to the verbal muscle that the 33x Call of Duty champion can flex.