Jorge Masvidal has been in the UFC since 2013, but his MMA career started over 16 years ago. Having made his MMA debut back in 2003, his record currently stands in at 34-13! With a total of 47 MMA fights under his belt, he is one of the biggest veterans of the sport. However, as UFC 244: Diaz vs Masvidal approaches, could it be the last fight of his career?
Win or lose, there’s a good chance that Jorge Masvidal is likely to retire after his fight against Nate Diaz at UFC 244.
— JASON (@sevenxenemies) September 27, 2019
UFC 244 Masvidal vs Diaz: Tale of the Tape
Diaz vs Masvidal was sparked off after Nate Diaz’s post-match comments after his return at UFC 241 where he defeated Anthony Pettis. He called out Masvidal saying that there has to be only one ‘gangster’ in the company and that the two should fight it out to prove it. Dana White subsequently announced this match officially for UFC 244!
A special ‘BMF’ Belt has been created for this fight – as it would prove who the Baddest Mother F*cker in UFC truly is! Interestingly, this has caught the attention of Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson, who has now confirmed his presence at the event and will be awarding the winner with the belt!
— topdog2020 (@topdog20201) September 27, 2019
Will This Be Jorge Masvidal’s Last-Ever Match
For someone who has spent such a lengthy career in MMA, this is perhaps the perfect time for Masvidal to retire. While some say that a loss would mean retirement for Nate Diaz, it seems that time is up for Masvidal instead! Main Event of UFC 244 at Madison Square Garden – a special ‘BMF Belt’! Win or lose, both the situations would be ideal for his retirement as Masvidal has the respect of millions of fans around the world.