UFC fighter Jorge Masvidal announced his retirement from the professional fight in Miami Saturday night after losing to Gilbert Burns after three rounds. During his speech, he hailed Donald Trump as the “greatest president” and joined the “Let’s go Brandon” chant against President Joe Biden.

The “The King of Miami” was joined by comedian and UFC commentator Joe Rogan in the ring on Saturday. After announcing his retirement, Masvidal took the mic to give a shoutout to Trump, who attended the wrestling match after he was arraigned on 34 counts of felony charges in Manhattan earlier this week.

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“I wanted to say, greatest president in the history of the world sitting right there,” he said, pointing at the ex-president, as the Florida crowd erupted in cheers. I love that guy,” he added.

He also piled on the praise on Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, who is slated to be Trump’s biggest competitor in the 2024 Republican primary, even though DeSantis is yet to make his candidacy for the White House official. “We also got the greatest governor of all time here in Florida,” he said. “Let’s keep Florida free, a red state…”

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Masvidal then asked the crowd to join him in chanting the anti-Biden slogan. “And let’s take back  — you know who, Let’s go Brandon motherf—er … replace him,” he shouted.

Jorge Masvidal net worth

In 2023, Masvidal is believed to have a net worth of around $6 million.

Jorge Masvidal salary

Jorge Masvidal received nearly $5.5 million during his professional MMA career. He earned $1.3 million from his UFC 251 match against Kamaru Usman, which was his biggest payday.

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Jorge Masvidal age

Masvidal is 38 years old.

Jorge Masvidal relationship

Masvidal was in a relationship with Iman Kawa, a Jordanian American entrepreneur and procurement specialist for 10 years. They separated in 2019. They share three children – two daughters and a son – together.

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Jorge Masvidal career

He has been a UFC fighter for more than ten years. He defeated Nate Diaz for the first BMF championship. In March 2023, he is ranked #11 in the welterweight division.

Jorge Masvidal family

Masvidal was born to a Cuban father and a Peruvian mother.