Jorge Masvidal

Athlete

Nationality: American Born: November 12, 1984

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My body of work speaks for itself.
Over everything, over friendships or anything, is my kids - and obviously fighting for that belt is my kids' future. It doesn't sound too nice, but if my mom had the belt, she better give it up because my kids gotta eat. If I'm willing to fight my mom, imagine a good friend.
For some reason, that's the title they're giving me: ''The Ultimate Fighter' Destroyer.'
It's a blessing and a curse. I feel like I've gotta fight every dude that stepped foot on 'The Ultimate Fighter.'
I get along just fine with Woodley. He's actually showed me a lot things in the past, and I've worked with him in the past training to help him get ready to fight. There's no hard feelings if me and hit had to scrap.
I've known Woodley for nine-plus years, ten-plus years. We've worked out together plenty. He's one of the guys who used to slam me all around the place. I was at 155, he was at 170 pounds and he was just the wrestler that is a superpower. So that was one of the dudes that got my wrestling a little better from going with guys like that.
I'm not involved in too many wars, where I'm just constantly getting hit, hit, hit.
A guy like Anderson Silva is one the greatest champions we've had.
I'm not going to kill my body, my lifestyle just to go to '55.
The bigger the fight, the better.
My coaches know when it's a big fight, I'm at the gym because if they give me some pretender, another actor, I might not take it.
The things that I rely on, USADA doesn't have a problem with them. I'm gonna continue to be the same athlete that I've always been.