Jorge Masvidal: Post fight interview| Street fighter


“Welcome to the UFC 287 live blog, where we’ll be covering the welterweight co-main event between Gilbert Burns and Jorge Masvidal in Miami on Saturday.” Today we will discuss about Jorge Masvidal: Post fight interview| Street fighter.

Jorge Masvidal: Post fight interview| Street fighter

Jorge Masvidal, born on November 12, 1984, is a retired American professional mixed martial artist who competed in both the welterweight and lightweight divisions. Throughout his 20-year career from 2003 to 2023, he fought in various organizations such as the UFC, Bellator, Strikeforce, Shark Fights, and World Victory Road. He holds the record for the fastest knockout in UFC history at just five seconds and is the former UFC ‘BMF’ champion.

Post fight interview

Jorge Masvidal: Post fight interview| Street fighter

“After an exciting night of fights on ESPN+ PPV from Miami-Dade Arena in Miami, Florida, UFC 287 has come to a close. Fight fans can now watch the post-fight press conference video above to see the official bonus winners and reactions from the fighters.

The event showcased a main event rematch between UFC middleweight champion Alex Pereira and former titleholder Israel Adesanya, a co-headliner with welterweight contenders Jorge Masvidal and Gilbert Burns, and the Octagon returns of highly-touted prospects Raul Rosas Jr. and Joe Pyfer. With the fights over, there will be much to discuss.

Scheduled to go live around 1:30 a.m. ET on Sunday, the post-fight press conference will include the biggest winners and losers of the night, as well as UFC President Dana White.”

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“For those who may not know, Kimbo Slice was a legendary street fighter who eventually transitioned to MMA and the UFC. However, prior to his appearances on ‘The Ultimate Fighter’ and in the UFC, Kimbo Slice was posting videos of his brutal street fights in his backyard.

In a video shared on his YouTube channel, Jorge Masvidal shares the story of his first meeting with Kimbo Slice in the gym. Slice asked Masvidal if he wanted to fight, and being the fighter that he is, ‘Gamebred’ instantly agreed. Street fighting was and still is illegal, so it was all very discreet. But that didn’t stop these men from doing what they loved and making money through bets.

At the time, Ray, Kimbo Slice’s protege, was gaining fame as a knockout artist in those backyard fights. Jorge Masvidal showed up to fight Ray, who was visibly bigger, and knocked him out convincingly. This was long before Masvidal got his neck tattoo and called himself ‘Gamebred’. His cage name listed in the fight is ‘Ponytail’.”