Jorge Masvidal Pleads Not Responsible to Fees From Alleged Colby Covington Attack
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UFC fighter Jorge Masvidal pleaded no longer responsible to 1 prison count of aggravated battery with a cowl and one prison count of prison mischief stemming from his alleged attack of fellow UFC fighter Colby Covington, per TMZ Sports.
In accordance to TMZ Sports, Masvidal pleaded no longer responsible and modified into launched from jail on $15,000 bond Thursday morning after he modified into booked Wednesday evening.
Masvidal is due abet in court docket for a scheduled hearing April 21.
Shakiel Mahjouri of CBS Sports cited police documents that talked about the 37-year-passe attacked Covington outside of a steakhouse in Miami Seaside on Monday evening. Covington told police he suffered a fractured tooth, wrist abrasion and hurt to his glimpse.
Andy Slater of Fox Sports reported Masvidal “sucker punched” his rival within the mouth and the glimpse.
The 2 opponents met at UFC 272 earlier this month with Covington a success in easy style. It modified into one other loss for Masvidal, who has trended within the tainted direction through the Octagon of gradual and modified into coming off of two straight defeats to Kamaru Usman.