Boxing World Exposed: Rigged Fights And Masonic Contracts With The Elite

Boxing world completely exposed – Part 1. How Conor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather rigged their fights for the occult elite in order to profit millions. If you want to watch this video fullscreen from it`s original source click here.

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3 years ago

You are sorely misinterpreting the scriptures, my friend. The verses you quoted from Numbers were given in order to protect Zelophehad’s daughters’ inheritances. Zelophehad did not have any sons, only 4 daughters, and in those times women could not possess wealth or resources. If they had married outside of their father’s tribal clan, their ancestral inheritance would be added to the tribe they married into. This would throw the balance out of wack for God’s intended growth of all the tribes. You have to read everything before and after those verses and not take them out of context and attempt… Read more »

4 years ago

can someone plz tell me who this man is talking in the video i always hear him

1 year ago

Barry Gibson is not real. There are no screenshots of the fake news article, besides the one in your video which is masked over a dc sniper article from the WPost. The actual article wasn’t from Washington Post, it was NewsPunch (known for fake stories in combat sports); stating that Mcgregor pulls shoulder devastating in 11th round via TKO injury clock ran out to the full 300 seconds and referee Byrd stops the action. If you could post some proof of other screenshots from other news outlets, please do. Yash Qaraah, highly entertaining video I enjoyed it just the same…… Read more »