Fighting style: Boxer
Stance: Orthodox
Division: Welterweight
Height: 5' 11"
Reach: 74"
Leg reach: 39.50
Weight: 170 lbs.
Team: Young Tigers
Nationality: Miami, United States
Out of: Miami, Florida, United States
Age: 37


Recent win streak: 3
Wins by KO: 16
Wins by submission: 2
Wins by decision: 17



Significant Strikes Attempted: 3120
Significant Strikes Landed: 1502


Takedowns Attempted: 59
Takedowns Landed: 15


Jorge Masvidal is one of the most recognizable figures in the world of mixed martial arts. Born on November 12, 1984, to Cuban parents exiled in Miami, Florida, Masvidal has developed a reputation as one of the best MMA fighters in history. His accomplishments inside and outside of the Octagon have been nothing short of remarkable.

At an early age, Masvidal began training at a local gym with his uncle—a former bodybuilder—which exposed him to different forms of combat sports such as karate and Muay Thai. He soon joined American Top Team (ATT) where he continued honing his skills under various coaches from around the world; including some prominent names like Ricardo Liborio and current UFC lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov who was also teammates with him at ATT during their time together there.

Masvidal made his professional debut back in 2003 when he headlined Against All Rules 2 against Maurice Sandoval which ended up being a draw due to an accidental groin strike that occurred earlier on within the fight’s duration. Since then however he would go on to win multiple titles across several organizations such as Bellator FC’s Lightweight Championship (2009) and Strikeforce’s Welterweight Championship (2010).

In 2013 Masvidal signed with UFC and had instant success winning four straight fights before having a successful rematch bout against Benson Henderson where he won by unanimous decision after their first encounter ended in a controversial split decision favoring Henderson two years prior back at WSOF 11 for their Lightweight Title match-up . Following this impressive run, Jorge earned himself The ‘BMF title’ ––the real deal––as part of UFC 244 when defeating Nate Diaz via TKO after getting punched out three times by Diaz without any response from referee Dan Miragliotta leading into stoppage between rounds 3 & 4 awarding Jorge title victory following doctor’s advice not allowing Diaz continue further into 5th round despite insisting otherwise.   In 2020 Masvidal was awarded Fighter Of The Year by ESPN beating out contenders like Daniel Cormier & Jon Jones while also setting record breaking PPV buy rates for Fight Island series vs Usman whom eventually went onto become welterweight champion claiming loss via unanimous decision . Looking forward ,Masvidal will be preparing himself for upcoming title rematch hopefully later 2021 but until then fans can keep up with all action through social media along side other activities apart from fighting such skateboarding ,bmx biking or even running own podcast “Gamebred” which currently airs weekly Thursday evenings @ 8:00pm ET/PT covering variety topics ranging political debates lifestyle conversations etc…

Fight History

Gilbert Burns
Jorge Masvidal: Defeated
by Unanimous Decision in Round 3
Sat. Apr 08, 2023
UFC 287: Pereira vs. Adesanya 2
Colby Covington
Jorge Masvidal: Defeated
by Unanimous Decision in Round 5
Sat. Mar 05, 2022
UFC 272: Covington vs. Masvidal
Kamaru Usman
Jorge Masvidal: Defeated
by KO/TKO in Round 2
Sat. Apr 24, 2021
UFC 261: Usman vs. Masvidal
Kamaru Usman
Jorge Masvidal: Defeated
by Awaiting Results in Round Awaiting Results @ 5:00
Sat. Jul 11, 2020
UFC 251: Usman vs. Masvidal
Nate Diaz
Jorge Masvidal: Winner
by KO/TKO in Round 3
Sat. Nov 02, 2019
UFC 244: Masvidal vs. Diaz
Ben Askren
Jorge Masvidal: Winner
by KO/TKO in Round 1
Sat. Jul 06, 2019
UFC 239: Jones vs. Santos


What Is Jorge Masvidal's Fighting Record?
Jorge Masvidal's fighting record is 35 wins, 17 losses out of a total of 52 fights, with his wins comprising of 16 KOs and 17 victories by decision; he retired after losing four consecutive fights between 2020 and 2023, two of which were to Kamaru Usman for the Welterweight championship.

What Is The Age Of Jorge Masvidal?
Jorge Masvidal is 39 years old.

Who Was Jorge Masvidal's Opponent In His Last Fight?
Jorge Masvidal's last opponent was Gilbert Burns, whom he fought on April 8, 2023, at UFC 287.

What Is Jorge Masvidal's Net Worth?
As of the latest reports, Jorge Masvidal's net worth is estimated to be around $6 million.

What Is Jorge Masvidal's Twitter Handle?
Jorge Masvidal's Twitter handle is @GamebredFighter.

Who Won The Fight Between Jorge Masvidal And Ben Askren?
Jorge Masvidal won the fight against Ben Askren by knockout.

Who Will Jorge Masvidal Fight Next?
As a UFC journalist, I can confirm that Jorge Masvidal's next opponent is unknown as he is targeting a boxing match early next year.

Who Would Win In A Fight Between Jorge Masvidal And Colby Covington?
Based on recent performances and statistical analysis, Colby Covington would win in a fight against Jorge Masvidal via unanimous decision.

What Is The Latest News Regarding Jorge Masvidal?
As a UFC journalist, without specific up-to-date details, I cannot provide the latest news on Jorge Masvidal.

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