Colby Covington reacts to Jorge Masvidal’s resignation

Colby Covington reacts to Jorge Masvidal's resignation

UFC welterweight contender Colby Covington has commented on the resignation of Jorge Masvidal, who announced his retirement after losing a unanimous decision to Gilbert Burns at UFC 287 in Miami.

“He resigned after I beat him – he’s a broken man,” Chaos told Submission Radio. “I am least of all worried about the fate of “Street Judas” Masvidal. He is a criminal, a criminal and a coward. A real man would not do what he did to me, and I have nothing more to say about him. The only person I care about is Leon Edwards “Scissorhands”

Colby Covington last fought in March last year, defeating Jorge Masvidal by unanimous decision in five rounds, and in the next fight, the American will challenge Briton Leon Edwards, who holds the UFC welterweight title.

According to available information, the title fight between Edwards and Covington on July 22 will head the UFC 291 tournament in London, and the defeat of Masvidal Burns will insure this confrontation.