COLBY COVINGTON REVEALS WHY JORGE MASVIDAL WITHDRAW FROM UFC 269!
Former UFC welterweight division champion Colby “Chaos” Covington claims to know why Jorge Masvidal withdrew from the match against Leon Edwards at UFC 269 on December 11th.
Covington lost in the rematch against champion Kamaru Usman at UFC 268 which took place in earlier in November. They were former teammates but have become bitter rivals since they started beefing outside the octagon. Masvidal is also a former training partner of “Chaos” and they have a long history behind them, among other things they have lived together.
Covington says he still has friends and contacts on the American Top Team, which is his former gym and where Masvidal still trains. And according to “Chaos”, Masvidal broke a rib during a training session.
“I can tell the truth about what happened to Masvidal,” Colby Covington told Submission Radio. I still have people in the gym who loves me, I’m “The People’s Champ” for a reason. So I get information from the inside about everything that happens there. The fragile guy “Street Judas” broke a rib.
– He had a rib fracture during a training session last Saturday. Masvidal is so fragile and he needed to withdraw from the match. It’s a shame people still like me more than him there.
– It is fact! I’m telling the truth. He went to the gym to spar and was injured and left the gym crying. Then he went to the doctor for an X-ray and they found that he has a broken rib.
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