Jorge Masvidal Gets Trolled By Biggest Rival [LOOK]

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Jorge Masvidal reacts during his UFC bout with Darren Till in March 2019.

UFC superstar Jorge Masvidal is heading into the biggest fight of his life this week, but that didn’t one of his biggest rivals from trolling the “BMF” champion via social media. Top-ranked UFC welterweight contender Colby Covington posted a picture of himself sitting next to a mysterious woman on Thursday. He labeled her “Mrs. Masvidal” and tagged his rival in the picture.

Covington posted, “Out here playing games with Mrs. Masvidal…Great catching up with you Maritza! #ufc261”.


It’s unclear who the mystery woman is. Some posters have suggested it’s Masvidal’s mother. Others have suggested it’s his ex-wife or an ex-girlfriend.

What fans do agree on about the picture though is that it’s a savage troll job by Covington.

After all, Masvidal is one of the biggest UFC stars, but he’s one who likes to keep his personal life private. Not very much is known about his family and friends outside of the fight world, and the UFC “BMF” champ seems to like it that way.

So Covington appears to be doing his best to drag Masvidal’s personal life into the public sphere. There’s certainly no love lost between the two former friends and roommates. Covington would likely enjoy doing whatever it takes to make this week as difficult as possible for Masvidal ahead of his UFC 261 rematch against UFC welterweight champion Kamaru Usman.

UFC 261: Usman vs. Masvidal 2 is set for April 25 at VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena in Jacksonville, Florida.

It’s the first UFC pay-per-view event to have a full crowd in the arena in the United States since the global pandemic started last year, and it’s sure to be a blockbuster megafight.

Usman defeated Masvidal by decision in 2020 with no fans in attendance at UFC 251, but Masvidal took that fight on less than a week’s notice. Now, Masvidal will try to yank UFC gold away from Usman.

UFC president Dana White already said who would be next for the welterweight champion after UFC 261. It’s Covington.

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