Jorge Masvidal keeps confessing to crimes he says he did not commit

Every time somebody asks Jorge Masvidal about his alleged encounter with Colby Covington outside the Papi Steak in Miami, it seems like Masvidal answers with a paragraph-long confession to the crime, only to end his statement with a pronouncement of his innocence. So … is he trying to say he didn’t do it? Or is he just saying no jury would convict him? Elsewhere, the UFC has finally confirmed some fights for this weekend’s Fight Night card headlined by Alexander Volkov vs. Jairzinho Rozenstruik. And Rickson Gracie is standing by his claim of being 450-0 is combat sports, while also admitting that he’s totally ballparking it.

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