Jorge Masvidal Caught on Tape Calling Bisping A F*ggot, Ignites New Controversy
UFC middleweight champion Michael Bisping caused some controversy when he was seen tearing up a small Cuban flag during during Yoel Romero’s interim title fight against Robert Whittaker. UFC welterweight Jorge Masvidal went on to form some bad blood with the champion over the incident, calling Bisping the “No. 1 ho I gotta slap.”
Most recently, the two mixed martial artists were captured on camera during a heated exchange in a hotel lobby. Now new footage of the exchange has emerged, with Jorge Masvidal referring to Michael Bisping as a “f**got.”
Both fighters will be competing this weekend on Nov. 4 inside the Madison Square Garden Arena in New York for UFC 217. Michael Bisping will be headlining the event in a title fight match up against former welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre.
Jorge Masvidal will be taking on Stephen “Wonderboy” Thompson on the night’s main card.
UFC 217 will be aired live on pay-per-view.
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