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Video: Jorge Masvidal sents a harsh message to Colby Covington

Jorge Masvidal has sent a violent warning to Colby Covington.

Jorge Masvidal has made his intentions clear before his scheduled bout against former teammate Colby Covington.

Masvidal has released a video sending a harsh message to Colby Covington ahead of their most anticipated bout at UFC 272 on March 5.

Masvidal mentioned how Colby is kicked out of the American top team, and he intends to land the knee to Colby’s temple on March 5.

Masvidal said in his video released by him, “At the temple, home to some real motherfckers left, and right, I’m not the only one here that’s a bad motherfcker.”

He continued to trash Colby by saying, “There are many motherfckers here but not your btch ass that got kicked out of here. Damn, man. I know it hurts every time you see that (ATT logo). I know what a sensitive b*tch you are and how you read the comments and cry. I can’t imagine every time you see this symbol; it just hurts.”

“Keep talking sh*t, though. March 5 is getting closer, and so is this knee to your temple. Not only am I going to break your face in a violent way.”

Jorge also believes that once he defeats Colby, He will be a liability for UFC, and they might remove him or give some co-main event-like stuff.

“But the UFC is going to see you as such a liability that they’re going to kick you out, bro. And then it’s going to be back to Indian reservations where you can fight. Maybe you can co-main event or some sht like that because I don’t think you can main event after I’m done with you in any show. I’m going to fck you up, man. March 5 can’t come close enough. See you soon b*tch.”

Masvidal and Covington were best friends and used to be best friends, but that’s the story of the past. Now, they are considered to be the biggest rivals in UFC.

Colby Covington and Jorge Masvidal are coming off a loss to welterweight king Kamaru Usman. They both fought Usman twice and failed to earn the UFC gold. This fight is also considered for the next title shot after Leon Edwards.

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