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UFC has become the world’s leading MMA organization, attracting millions of viewers worldwide and producing some of the most iconic fights in combat sports history.
The fighters aim to defeat their opponents by knockout, submission, or judge’s decision. UFC events are held in various cities across the globe, with each event featuring a lineup of exciting matches that are highly anticipated by MMA fans.
Jorge Masvidal is a Cuban-American professional mixed martial artist who competes in the UFC’s welterweight division.
He has been a fan favorite for his street-fighting style and is known for his knockout power and technical striking ability. Masvidal has been involved in some of the most memorable fights in UFC history.
Heroes get remembered but do know that legends never die
After the defeat, he told Joe Rogan in the octagon, “I don’t feel the same when I get in here no more.”
“I adore you all.” I appreciate everyone’s attention. My career began in this area.
Sometimes your favorite quarterback loses the rifle, or your favorite basketball player can no longer make the three-point shot.
It has been around twenty years. I’m worth many millions. In the beginning, I had nothing. I’m out.’
Brazil’s Burns defeated Spain‘s Masvidal by a unanimous verdict, with the judges awarding him 30-27, 30-27, and 29-28.
Masvidal endured a significant amount of punishment from Burns throughout the course of the evening.
After hitting Masvidal with a variety of takedowns, Burns dominated large stretches of the battle.
He also delivered numerous right hands at the end of the fight, obviously rocking and wobbling the hometown favorite.
After 52 professional fights, it forced the 38-year-old to abruptly retire from the sport.
Masvidal also paid tribute to former president George W. Bush, who was present at the battle and is a huge admirer of Donald Trump.
Masvidal said of Trump, “I also just want to say the greatest president in the history of the world is sitting right there.” I adore that man.
Burns later paid tribute to the seasoned Masvidal.
Burns addressed the audience, who was chanting “Let’s go Jorge” the entire time, saying, “We’re here because of this guy, 52 pro fights.” Give it up for your guy, they say.
Masvidal, who will turn 39 in November, came into the bout on a three-fight losing run after dropping consecutive title attempts to Kamaru Usman and a unanimous decision to longtime foe Colby Covington.