During New York Fashion Week, former BMF champion Jorge Masvidal dazzled crowds by walking the runway. The move was in sharp contrast compared to his 52 MMA octagon appearances.

After a string of difficult battles, ‘Gamebred’ decided to call it quits earlier this year after losing against Gilbert Burns by unanimous decision. Despite the obstacles, his memorable 2019 victories—such as the BMF title win and the world-record flying knee KO versus Ben Askren—solidify his legacy in the MMA community.

When Jorge Masvidal made his runway debut via mesmerizing Instagram photographs and a film, he grabbed the attention of the fashion industry.

The UFC star dominated the iconic model walk while holding his hands neatly behind his back, injecting high fashion with his signature swagger. Masvidal’s smooth transition from the ring to the runway demonstrated his adaptability and charisma, making a long-lasting impression on fashion enthusiasts.

A boxing match, according to Jorge Masvidal, would “break” Jake Paul.

As he announced his retirement from mixed martial arts, Jorge Masvidal teased the idea of boxing Jake Paul. With Masvidal’s appearances on the Paul brothers’ podcasts and his apparent interest in a boxing battle, fans are especially excited. Fight fans may get to see a clash they have been waiting for in the squared circle.

Masvidal recently said he would be interested in taking on Jake Paul, aka “The Problem Child,” on The MMA Hour. Masvidal said that his current UFC deal could make things more difficult even though he is confident in his abilities to overcome Paul. The clash is still a tempting option, but it might be necessary to first navigate contractual commitments.

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He shared; “If we were in a boxing sparring session, I break that dude…He couldn’t handle my pace, my speed, or my power. You know, he could ask his sparring partner for 10 rounds Nate Diaz about me…I’ll eat him alive, man.” an article from shared.

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