Jorge Masvidal (35-15) says that he’s healthy and ready to step back into the Octagon soon, but claims nobody will sign on the dotted line.
Originally scheduled to face Leon Edwards at UFC 269, an injury forced ‘Gamebred’ to withdraw from the bout. Now healthy, Masvidal took to YouTube to vent frustration over a lack of fighters willing to accept the bout.
“I’m off the injury list, and these little b*tches don’t want to sign the contract. The contracts have been handed. It’s in their f*cking face,” Masvidal said in a video on his YouTube channel. “They know I’m off the injury list. I’m trying to get some paychecks, but meanwhile, since I can’t rip these b*tches up, I’m going to go rip these mountains up.
“When you little p*ssies get bored of calling my name out and actually want to sign the contract, from that little actress that works at Disney Channel (Paul), forgot his name, he just fought,” Masvidal continued. “To the little b*tch that sells cheap-ass whiskey, to the fragile motherf*cker that’s always getting his face broken – all you little b*tches can get it, man. To the one who’s in England that was talking sh*t, you too, man. Come on, one of you sign the dotted line. Let’s go. Yes, I’m going to embarrass you and knock you the f*ck out, but you guys are going to make a lot of money in the process.”
Belal Muhammad Responds to Masvidal’s Claim
After the video went live, welterweight contender Belal Muhammad responded with one simple request; “Send location,” wrote Muhammad on Twitter.
After his dominant victory over Stephen Thompson, Muhammad has been thrust into the #5 spot on the UFC’s welterweight rankings.
In his post-fight interview, Muhammad argued that he should be next in line to face welterweight king Kamaru Usman. Should that not come about, Muhammad has stayed active on social media looking for his next fight.
Taking aim at Khamzat Chimaev recently, ‘Remember The Name’ has now turned some of that attention to Masvidal.
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