Corey Charron (@CharronKOTD), a longtime competitor in battle rap and fan of MMA, is going to Hollywood.
Charron joined Joe Rizzo (@RearNakedChoke) and Jay Kelly (@JayKellyMMA) to give us the exclusive story on his acting role in an upcoming movie, battle rap, his association with Floyd Mayweather’s The Money Team and, of course, MMA.
Charron, along with Pat Stay and other King of the Dot (KOTD) battle rappers, are scheduled to begin shooting a feature film in June. The film boasts some of the industry’s biggest names, and the script was written by a veteran battler that is still relevant. Charron filled in RNC Radio (@RNCRadio) on as many details as possible.
The self-proclaimed SMACK Killer was a frequent guest on RNC Radio, but hadn’t chatted MMA on the show since January 2015. With the landscape of MMA drastically changing in past 14 months, there was plenty to discuss.
Charron also talked about the rise and (possible) fall of Conor McGregor, Holly Holm’s head-kick knockout victory against Ronda Rousey and loss to Miesha Tate, the rumored return of Georges St-Pierre, Anderson Silva’s career legacy, and everything else that moved the needle in the last year.
Charron also spoke about his most recent rap battles, and others he’s a fan of, the infamous CTV Canada AM incident, his business, Mayweather and The Money Team, what’s next for him and more.
And for Charron’s sake, shout out to CTV!