Colby Covington is back: ‘Chao looks his element backstage at UFC 286 trash-talking with Kamzat Chimayev & more’
For years, fight fans have speculated about Colby Covington’s absence from the sport. It surprised everyone.
He was last seen inside the Octagon during a grudge match against rival Jorge Masvidal at UFC 272 in March 2022.
Absence of Colby Covington It sparked speculation from other contenders, including Kamzat Chimayev and Belal Muhammad.
Colby Covington said of his division’s “unprofessional” fighters:
“Camshot of that dog-faced asshole [Khamzat Chimaev]He said all these things about me in the media. He had the easiest fight in the division against Nate Diaz, but he was still underweight.He lost 9 pounds of his weight, but he laughed it off like a joke. increase. He’s joking, man is not good at fighting and he’s not a pro.”
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He also told the media that he would be happy to fight in the main event of UFC 286 if Dana White approved it.
Speaking about how his comeback and surprise weigh-in video grabbed headlines, Covington said:
“I hope they do [Edwards and Usman] Because next time I have to come see Daddy. A man who collects all evaluations. Everyone was talking about me this weekend. nobody cares. They have no charisma. ”
In an interview with TheMacLife, Colby Covington took the opportunity to profess ignorance about Belal Muhammad and slandered him.
“Who? I’ve never heard of him.”
Watch the video below.
Colby Covington says he’s peaked as a fighter and has improved a lot since last fight
Last year at UFC 272, Colby Covington had a highly anticipated grudge match, defeating Jorge Masvidal in a decisive unanimous decision.’Chaos’ reported days after match attacked by masvidal Outside a restaurant in Miami.
Despite being involved in legal proceedings against ‘Gamebread’, Colby Covington mostly out of the spotlight the past year. However, he claims he took time away from competition to improve as a fighter.
“I don’t really care what happens. Whoever the next title is, it’s coming back to America. Mentally and physically, I’m finally hitting my prime. So far.” I feel better than I’ve ever felt before.There are many improvements and I’m ready to show the world who is the greatest fighter of all time.”
Check out the interview below.