Jorge Masvidal Claims He Can’t Secure Comeback Fight: ‘B*tches Don’t Want To Sign The Contract’

    ByRoss Markey

    Dec 24, 2021

    Two-time UFC welterweight title challenger, Jorge Masvidal has claimed that he is now healthy again amid his recent withdrawal from a UFC 269 return, however, claims that he cannot secure an opponent for his return.

    Masvidal, the #6 ranked contender in the official welterweight pile, was slated to feature in a main card bout at UFC 269 earlier this month, tackling the #3 ranked, Leon Edwards as part of a long-awaited grudge match between the two.

    However, in the weeks leading up to the pivotal showdown, Masvidal suffered an undisclosed injury, which forced him to withdraw from the bout, leaving Edwards opponent-less, shelving the pairing entirely. 

    The Miami native is currently in the midst of a two-fight losing run, dropping both of those defeats to defending welterweight champion, Kamaru Usman – the latter of which, a stunning second round, one-punch knockout loss at UFC 261 in April.

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    Despite his recent injury setback, Masvidal, who also claimed that he would likely be fit to return by March of next year, insisted that other contenders were rejecting the opportunity to fight him.

    I’m off the injury list, and these little b*tches don’t want to sign the contract,” Masvidal said on his YouTube channel whilst preparing to ski. “The contracts have been handed. It’s in their f*cking face. 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 tired of calling my name out and actually want to sign the contract, from that little actress that works at Disney Channel, forgot his name, he just fought,” Masvidal said. “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.

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    Masvidal even addressed the aforenoted, Edwards, however, the Birmingham native still has sights fixed on securing a rematch of his own against Usman, in his first tilt at welterweight gold under the promotion’s banner. 

    To the one who’s in England that was talking sh*t, you too, man,” Masvidal continued. 
    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.

    American Top Team staple, Masvidal’s most recent win came back in November 2019 where he clinched the symbolic BMF championship with a fourth round doctor’s stoppage victory over Nate Diaz at Madison Square Garden.

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