“The number could be infinite,” Jorge Masvidal brutally responds to how many women it would take to beat him in a fight

Jorge Masvidal revealed how many women he thinks it would take to take him down in a fight and spoke about his probable UFC comeback.

“The number could be infinite,” Jorge Masvidal brutally responds to how many women it would take to beat him in a fight

Colby Covington on rematch with Jorge Masvidal (Image via Imago)

Retired UFC star Jorge Masvidal recently appeared on ‘The Kim Congdon Takeover’ podcast, where he made a bold claim. He gave his number for how many women it would take to take him down. The host and Masvidal talked about Donald Trump, Colby Covington, sugar daddies, and “other funny stuff”.


Kimberly Congdon is a comedian and actress and Jorge Masvidal was her first guest on her new podcast. She asked Jorge, “How many women do you think it would take for you to lose a fight?” Replying to this, Jorge said, “If the girls don’t know what they’re doing the number could be infinite.”

Jorge took the example of Amanda Nunes. She is a former UFC women’s featherweight champion and a two-time UFC women’s bantamweight champion. With a total of 28 professional fights in her career, Amanda has only lost three. Masvidal called her the “greatest women fighter that has ever lived.”

They were former teammates, and he described how she would decimate her opponents during sparring. But Jorge argued that if they get a UFC fighter who is in his words, “bottom of the barrel.” He said that the male UFC fighter with a record of 2-2 would decimate female opponents if he went too hard.


The 38-year-old said that the speed, power, and explosiveness a male fighter can generate are exponentially greater. And the punishment a male fighter can endure is just as much as that of most female fighters. Jorge retired with a professional record of 35 wins and 17 losses after a string of four consecutive losses. This was against fighters like Kamaru Usman, Colby Covington, and Gilbert Burns.

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Jorge Masvidal may make UFC comeback for BMF title against Justin Gaethje

Justin Gaethje
Retired Jorge Masvidal handed over the BMF title to Justin Gaethje at UFC 291 (Image source: Twitter)

Jorge Masvidal is possibly considering a UFC comeback, but he has a specific condition in mind. He wants a shot at the BMF belt currently held by Justin Gaethje. Gaethje secured the BMF championship with a remarkable second-round head kick knockout against Dustin Poirier in the UFC 291 main event.

It’s worth noting that Masvidal, the first-ever BMF champion, was in attendance at the event and had the honor of draping the belt over Justin Gaethje’s shoulders. After Gaethje’s impressive victory, many anticipated that he would defend the BMF title against the winner of the Islam Makhachev vs. Charles Oliveira rematch for the lightweight championship.


However, Masvidal has a different idea. He believes that if Gaethje wishes to remain active, he’d be willing to come out of retirement and challenge Gaethje for the BMF belt in the welterweight division.“I think he should defend it against me at 170, if you ask me, man. That’s what should happen,” Jorge suggested. While Masvidal is interested in this potential matchup, he also mentioned that he’s currently not in the USADA testing pool and is uncertain about his future plans in that regard. Nevertheless, should Masvidal decide to re-enter the USADA pool and make a comeback, his primary objective would be to recapture the BMF belt in a showdown against Gaethje. This potential clash between the two fighters for the BMF title promises to deliver an electrifying spectacle for MMA enthusiasts.

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