Saturday night’s fight between former welterweight titleholders Adrien Broner and Jessie Vargas ended in atypical fashion with a draw. But things got truly strange when Broner offered some post-fight commentary.

“You know, I want to fight him where I’m from,” Broner said, when asked by Showtime’s Jim Gray if Broner would consider a rematch. “It’s hella Mexicans and shit in here. Everybody keep booing me and shit. They want rice and chicken. I want some motherfuckers that want some Coney’s around me.” The fight took place in Brooklyn, New York’s Barclays Center; Broner hails from Cincinnati, Ohio.

Cameras caught a flummoxed Gray seemingly unsure of what to do or say, after Broner offered what amounted to a Jimmy “The Greek” Synder impression.

As for the 12-round draw, judges Eric Marlinski and Kevin Morgan, both had scored the fight as a 114-114 draw. Judge Julie Lederman gave Broner a slight edge with a 115-113 score, but she was overruled.

Mixed reactions to Broner’s rant quickly hit Twitter.

Saturday wasn’t the first time Broner crossed the line in regards to such matters of racial sensitivity—or a lack thereof. In 2014, the World Boxing Council suspended Broner for similar post-fight remarks directed at Carlos Molina after beating him by unanimous decision.

“Anybody can get it,” Broner said, after defeating Molina in 2014. “Africans... I just beat the fuck out of a Mexican.”

Broner’s 2014 suspension was lifted after a public apology.