UFC 272 fight week is here and Colby Covington is revealing and firing more shots and narratives about his former best friend, but now his main rival and bitter rival, Jorge Masvidal. As for both Masvidal and Covington, they were somewhat intrigued by each other’s temperaments based on the notion that opposites attract and not only that. While Masvidal will be instrumental in helping Covington in his rise to prominence, Covington will return the favor with his knowledge of grappling.
You ask both what happened, both boxers who came from ordinary circumstances parted ways to become their own stars, there are sides of the story that have completely changed their relationship , but also try to convince the audience, why they are right in the face of their objections. This fight is unlikely to cause any bitterness with all the sold-out ads on their stories and could turn out to be the worst head-to-head showdown in all of combat sports history.
Colby Covington recalls a time when everything went completely against Jorge Masvidal
In an interview with ESPN MMA Reporter Brett OkamotoCovington talks about everything related to his past relationship with Jorge Masvidal and how much he has contributed to Masvidal’s growth as a boxer.
“I didn’t care for myself,” Covington said “I just want to be a good training partner. I just want to show up whenever he needs me a good wrestler and a good guy will push him to keep up the pace. I would show up every day for him, so just when I felt like he was stabbing me in the back…
It was a full pass after I won the interim title against RDA but after I felt it and I started to feel it, you know, it started happening, it really appealed to the man, it only hurt the man. We are very close and like Come here you really can’t put into words how Brett feelsCovington concluded.
Do you empathize with Covington’s painful experiences taking part in UFC 272 before Masvidal? Which side do you feel is sure of the truth when listening to the story of both, is it Masvidal or Covington? Who do you think will be the better bloodbath we’ll see this weekend, Masvidal or Covington?
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