Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) returns to T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Sat., March 5, 2022, with a highly-anticipated Welterweight grudge match that will see No. 1-ranked contender, Colby Covington, clash with former teammate and friend, Jorge Masvidal (No. 6). In UFC 272’s pay-per-view (PPV) co-main event, former 155-pound champion and No. 6-ranked Rafael dos Anjos will battle rising No. 11-seeded Rafael Fiziev, while an exciting Featherweight match up between No. 10-ranked contender Edson Barboza against No. 11-seeded Bryce Mitchell goes down one fight prior. We'll stockpile all the real-time UFC 272 updates, odds, start time, tickets, weigh ins, predictions, previews, video highlights, press conferences, winners, losers and much more from "Sin City" right here before, during and well after the ESPN+-streamed live PPV show concludes.
Jorge Masvidal claims his sneak attack of Colby Covington is just a rumor and that "Gamebred" wasn’t even at the same restaurant as his UFC welterweight rival.
Jorge Masvidal claims the Miami police were showing favoritism toward Colby Covington after their altercation last year, which left "Chaos" with a broken tooth.
UFC’s president has opened the door to one (or both) fighters returning to the cage before their court case is resolved.
Jorge Masvidal continues to claim his innocence when it comes to the situation involving Colby Covington.
Colby Covington secured a protection order against UFC welterweight Jorge Masvidal after suffering a brain injury in last month’s alleged street attack outside a Miami steakhouse.
It’s on the record: five years worth of bad blood in dozens of interviews and press conferences, compiled to let you see how Covington and Masvidal came to blows in the street.
"Mutual combat" is a recognized defense in Florida battery cases. Here’s how it applies to Jorge Masvidal’s alleged attack on Colby Covington.
Jorge Masvidal released from jail after his Miami arrest on Wednesday stemming from a steakhouse sucker punch on fellow UFC welterweight Colby Covington.
Jorge Masvidal reportedly sucker punched UFC rival Colby Covington in Miami leaving "Chaos" with multiple injuries and a possible felony arrest for "Gamebred."