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Not exactly a year after their first conflict back at UFC 251, Kamaru Usman and Jorge Masvidal are set to wage war indeed. Many would contend that the outcome — a prevailing choice success for the boss — didn’t require a rematch, yet there were some surprising conditions. Prominently, Masvidal took the quarrel on a little more than seven days’ notification, which unquestionably influences one’s exhibition.
Also, it sold a ton of pay-per-sees (PPV).
Obviously, part of the choice to rematch came down to Usman, who wasn’t exactly happy with his prior success. In the event that “Gamebred” is successful this time around, he will broaden the courtesy, preemptively offering Usman the elastic match in the wake of being examined regarding the possible circumstance.
“Definitely, he gave me a chance,” Masvidal said at the UFC 261 pre-fight press conference (via MMAFighting). “Whether we see eye-to-eye on things or not, he gave me another chance to compete, so I’ll definitely give him the chance to compete again.”
In spite of this demonstration of regard, Masvidal clarified that there was no chance Usman might procure his “BMF” title, which he won by halting Nate Diaz in November 2019. “You gotta be a BMF to go after that one, and this man ain’t it,” Masvidal said.
Normally, the real boss was disinterested with his enemy’s more stylized tattoo, terminating back immediately. “What belt?” Usman answered. “There’s three belts, three shiny belts here. This is what’s significant. Not that piece of sh*t.”
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