Crowd Goes WILD For Trump At ‘Knockout’ Appearance

Donald J. Trump, America’s favorite President, proves once again he’s deserving of this moniker after a weekend appearance at a boxing match caused the crowd to erupt.

Unlike Joe Biden, who is relentlessly booed everywhere he goes and at most sporting events, the Former President received a warm welcome from boxing fans.

Chants of “We love Trump!” could be heard reverberating throughout the arena, proving that the heart of America firmly supports the Former President. While the liberal elite in D.C., New York, Chicago, and elsewhere continue to support Biden even after his many failures, the true people of the country – the patriots – overwhelmingly back Donald J. Trump.

Trump took the mic ahead of the Evander Holyfield/Vitor Belfort fight but was interrupted by loud chants of his supporters attending the event.

Trump could barely get a word out on the microphone without being drowned out by praise and loving chants. Any attempt to address the crowd of boxing fans was met with raucous cheers – adulation only America’s Favorite President would receive.

“We love our country, we love our country. Thank you very much,” Trump said to a chanting crowd.

The fight ended with the 58-year-old Holyfield getting knocked out in the first round. The 44-year-old Belfort did not give his opponent a chance to land even a single punch, according to Sky Sports.

During the match’s press conference Thursday, Trump said that his easiest boxing fight would be against President Joe Biden who would “go down very, very quickly.”

The eldest son of Donald Trump, Don Jr., appeared in an interview the evening before the fight, in which he revealed a lesser known fact about the Former President.


“He’s really a part of boxing and really fight history,” Don Jr. said, praising the former president’s knowledge of boxing, whom he referred to as “encyclopedia.”

Don Jr. added that the pair may agree to commentating a UFC fight if invited by Dana White.

Meanwhile, Joe Biden was seen in New York City this week, seemingly paying his respect to the victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. During his appearance, Joe was out of sorts. Cameras caught him rambling and raving incoherently about boxing Trump.

Maybe you can decipher his words:

Author: Elizabeth Tierney