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UFC: Michael Bisping denys a potential 15-year jail sentence for Jorge Masvidal on the Colby Covington Assault Case

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UFC: Michael Bisping denys a potential 15-year jail sentence for Jorge Masvidal on the Colby Covington Assault Case– Michael Bisping has elaborated on his thoughts on the Jorge Masvidal-Colby Covington punching incident, trial, and aftermath.Follow UFC and UFC Live Updates on InsideSport.IN

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UFC: Michael Bisping denys a potential 15-year jail sentence for Jorge Masvidal on the Colby Covington Assault Case

UFC: Colby Covington punching Jorge Masvidal
UFC: Colby Covington punching Jorge Masvidal

UFC: Michael Bisping denys a potential 15-year jail sentence for Jorge Masvidal on the Colby Covington Assault Case

Michael Bisping elaborates on the aftermath of the incident: The welterweight division fighters turned friends into foes, and the results of their enmity have caused a grave impact.

Masvidal is accused of assaulting Covington outside the Papi Steak restaurant in Miami immediately after their UFC 272 battle. Covington won the fight inside the octagon by unanimous decision.

Street Jesus claimed Chaos made ill statements about his family, which made him confront him outside the octagon.

A mixed response was received from fellow fighters some supporting and opposing the incidents.

Currently, both the fighters are locked up for a pre-trial on August 17 and a hearing on August 29. Masvidal might go down to a 15-year jail sentence if proven guilty.

Michael Bisping in his recent YouTube video placed his views on the incident

 

Michael Bisping said, “I don’t think Masvidal is looking at 15 years, let’s be honest. First of all, what he’s got going in his favor, he didn’t just attack somebody that can’t fight. He  didn’t go pick on some guy that Masvidal could just dominate. He went in, allegedly, attacked a guy that just beat him in a fight. So, believe it or not, if he’s found guilty, that will come into play for sure.”

Fighting outside the octagon might not be a new incident for the “Street Jesus”. He has a history of street incidents as he made his debut in UFC through a backyard clash video going viral. But a 15 years Jail sentence would cost his entire career and freedom.

Being one of the promising prospects in UFC and notably the title winner BMF, his loss would quite affect the organization.

UFC: Michael Bisping denys a potential 15-year jail sentence for Jorge Masvidal on the Colby Covington Assault Case

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