WWE superstar turned actor Dave Bautista says he's offended by boxer Manny Pacquiao's anti-gay remarks.

Pacquiao, who is running for a seat in the Philippine Senate, last week told local station TV5: “It's common sense. Will you see any animals where male is to male and female is to female?”

“The animals are better. They know how to distinguish male from female. If we approve [of] male on male, female on female, then man is worse than animals.”

Speaking to TMZ at LAX, Bautista, who also happens to be Filipino, responded: “My mom happens to be a lesbian, so I don't f**king take that shit. I don't think it's funny.”

“If anyone called my mother an animal, I'd stick my foot in his ass,” said the Guardians of the Galaxy co-star.

Pacquiao apologized in a Facebook post, saying that he stands by his opposition to marriage equality “because of what the Bible says” but he's “not condemning LGBT.”

Apparel giant Nike responded to the controversy by canceling a contract with the boxer.

A day after he lost the Nike contract, Pacquiao posted a Bible verse on his Instagram account calling for gays “to be put to death.” It was deleted within hours.

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