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Jorge Masvidal And Colby Covington 'Got Into A Fight' In Miami Beach, Police Were Immediately Called

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Jorge Masvidal And Colby Covington 'Got Into A Fight' In Miami Beach, Police Were Immediately Called

​Jorge Masvidal and Colby Covington reportedly 'got into a fight' in Miami Beach following their grudge match at UFC 272.

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UFC stars Masvidal and Covington are said to have clashed just a few weeks after their welterweight contest earlier this month

Local radio host Andy Slater claimed that they had an altercation at Papi Steak restaurant in Miami Beach.

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Video obtained by TMZ Sports shows the aftermath of the street fight, with Covington surrounded by police. 

Footage also captures his conversation with social media star Bob Menery, who expressed his disappointment on Twitter. 

In the clip, Covington can be heard saying: "He’s over here swinging, trying to come at me, and I ran out the back of the room."

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Speaking to Menery, he said: "How would he even know I’m here?"

Menery then tweeted: "All I can say is I’m extremely disappointed in @GamebredFighter as a professional fighter tonight. You let down alot of people tonight bro. Disappointed."

In another tweet, he wrote: "Never had a problem with @GamebredFighter.

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"Extremely disappointed in the way he decided to handle his ongoing “beef” that has already been decided in a regulated platform."

Masvidal himself then shared a video online, appearing to gloat the outcome of the street fight. ​

"Call this the show your face challenge," he said. 

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"You talk that shit, you gotta back it up, that’s how my city rolls, man."​

Of course, it comes after Covington outpointed Masvidal at UFC 272. 

The Las Vegas clash was billed as best friends-turned-bitter rivals following their time together at American Top Team. 

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Covington, who still trains in Miami but at MMA Masters, declared himself the 'King of Miami' following his unanimous decision victory. 

Featured Image Credit: Twitter/TMZ

Topics: Jorge Masvidal, Colby Covington, UFC

Nasir Jabbar
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