Jorge Masvidal breaks silence on Colby Covington loss for first time since alleged assault: “I was f*cking irate”
Former UFC welterweight title challenger Jorge Masvidal spoke publicly about his loss to Colby Covington for the first time since his arrest last month.
At UFC 272, Masvidal took on Former interim champion and friend-turned-bitter-rival Colby Covington in one of the most highly anticipated fights in the UFC, Unfortunately it didn’t go well for “Gamebred”. Covington dominated him en route to a unanimous decision victory.
Weeks after their fight in the cage, Things got worse for Masvidal, he was arrested in Miami after allegedly punching Covington in the face outside of a restaurant which led to “Chaos” suffering a fractured tooth and injured wrist.
In an interview with Logan Paul “Impaulsive” podcast, Masvidal break his silence on current allegations he is facing, speak about his anger following the defeat at UFC 272.
“I was f*cking irate [after the loss]. I was upset, you know, I just like to be in isolation when I get like that, it’s just better for me. Take a couple of days to figure it out… That’s what I did, five or six days in that nowhere to come up with a plan. I’m just gonna execute that plan. [The plan] is to get right back to work.”
Jorge Masvidal continued, “I’ve had a lot of problems with a lot of wrestlers, but I definitely had a problem with him. It’s the complete opposite of what I am, I’m a damn good striker. I have good speed, timing, I can change my tempo and keep other strikers on their toes. With wrestlers, when they take me out of my element, they’re able to press that hugging game even when I bring it to a neutral it’s like I wasted a lot of extra power. [Now], I just have like a slightly different plan and formula going forward to address these problems that I’ve had most of my career with these f*cking wrestlers.”