International rap icon Snoop Dogg was a little too happy to see Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) lightweight champion Conor McGregor get finished by Floyd Mayweather Jr. in their Aug. 26 boxing match, held inside T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Watch the tenth-round finish here.

In fact, the father of the Doggpound broke out the N-word seven times in his critique of “punk ass” McGregor, which is probably less than what he drops on one of his hip hop tracks, but still way above the median for an Instagram video.

MMA Fighting tries admirably to transcribe, which did include a pair of consolation compliments:

“50 and 0 n****. The motherf***ing champ, n****. 50 and 0. F*** that motherf***ing punkass McGregor, you b****. F*** him. Motherf***ing champ, n****.

“Yeah, n****. That’s what you get for coming to a motherf***ing gang fight with a butter knife you b***ass motherf***er. F*** you, n****. Money Team champ, n****. Where the party at, Floyd? Yeaaah!

“Hey, 50 and 0, n****. Hey, McGregor a bad motherf***er though. I’ll give him his, he got heart. He got heart.”

“Good win tonight champ. Good fight McGregor, that was a great f***ing fight, man. Now we celebrate.”

Somewhere on Twitter, Al Iaquinta and Matt Brown are yelling at their screens.

Snoop Dogg has a longstanding relationship with promotion president Dana White, which includes commentary on the Tuesday Night Contender Series, as well as his ultra-popular Snoopcast covering combat sports and beyond.

How this tirade affects either of those endeavors, if at all, remains to be seen.