- Jorge Masvidal called Donald Trump a "bad mother of f —–" before his UFC 244 victory over Nate Diaz.
- Trump was in the crowd for the event at Madison Square Garden in New York and later congratulated Maswidal on winning Twitter.
- "Great fight, champions," he said.
- Trump with a quote, Masvidal said it was a "humbling moment", adding: "Really admit the real thing."
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Jorge Masvidal dominated Nate Diaz with US President Donald Trump, who was in the crowd for the UFC 244 event at Madison Square Garden in New York on Saturday.
But before Masvidal won the inaugural "worst mother f ̵
"No matter what your views on Trump as president, man is a bad mother of f —–, man," Masvidal said .
"The money he made, the obstacles he conquered, he is bad m other f —– in his own way, no matter what your political views are."
Masvidal left Madison Square Garden with the title , after defeating Diaz when the doctor came in and said he was unable to continue thanks to deep cuts around his eyes.
Masvydal had bruised, beaten and beaten Diaz in each round from one to three. The fight wore off before it could start four rounds.
Trump, seen in the crowd, quotes Tweed Masvidal after his victory to say, "Great battle, champions!"
Masvidal later said, "Very humble moment.
After defeating Diaz, Masvidal drank alcohol, drank pizza, and called Conor McGregor the "f —— hanja."
Then UFC chief Dana White said there would be no immediate revenge against Diaz, as there is more opportunity for Masvidal in the future of Florida fighter.
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