“Me high and drunk at 3 am,” Ecuadorian UFC star hilariously trolls Joe Biden after mumbling speech from US President

Ecuadorian UFC fighter Marlon Vera reacted to Joe Biden's recent speech and made some humorous remarks.

“Me high and drunk at 3 am,” Ecuadorian UFC star hilariously trolls Joe Biden after mumbling speech from US President

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UFC Bantamweight fighter Marlon ‘Chito’ Vera just posted a video of US President Joe Biden on Twitter. In the video, the US President can be seen talking about a topic while mumbling his words and struggling to form a sentence. Biden is known for his unusual behaviors, and many of his videos are usually turned into memes.


Marlon ‘Chito’ Vera took to Twitter, where he posted the video of Biden and captioned it, “Me high and drunk at 3 am telling my mom where I was.” The president can be seen talking in the video in the same way as a person who is under the influence of alcohol. As a result, the comparison was made by Vera. Many reporters and news channels have reported that interview where Biden was seen ”incoherently mumbling.”

Vera is a fighter in the bantamweight division and has notable wins over fighters such as Sean O’Malley, Dominick Cruz, and Frankie Edgar. Chito is also coming off a loss against Cory Sandhagen and was set to face UFC veteran Henry Cejudo. But the bout had to be canceled. Vera has an ongoing beef with title challenger Sean O’Malley as Sean believes that his loss against Chito should be a no-contest.

Marlon Vera will be facing another UFC veteran, Pedro Munhoz, at UFC 292 after Cejudo pulled out due to a shoulder injury. Vera is also known for his very active and controversial presence on social media.


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Marlon Vera calls out Petr Yan after his canceled bout at UFC 292

Marlon Vera
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Chito Vera calls out #5 ranked bantamweight Petr Yan after his bout against former double champ Henry Cejudo got canceled due to the latter facing a shoulder injury. Yan has been on a three-fight losing streak after losing to champion Aljamain Sterling and title challenger Sean O’Malley. In a very close contest. His last loss was against the second-ranked Merab Dvalishvili.

Yan’s last win was against Cory Sandhagen at UFC 267, where he dominated his opponent for three rounds. Surprisingly, Vera’s last fight was against Sandhagen, where he lost via split decision. Vera took to Twitter, where he tweeted at Yan, saying, “Yan step up.”

Fans were looking forward to seeing Vera face Triple C. He is set to face UFC veteran and long-time bantamweight fighter Pedro Munhoz as a replacement for Cejudo.


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