Colby Covington comments on the fight against Khamzat Chimaev.

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Colby Covington comments on the fight against Khamzat Chimaev.

Two-time UFC welterweight title challenger, Colby “Chaos” Covington is poised to take on and derail a hype train.

Covington spoke to MMA Fighting on Wednesday November 25, 2021 about his thoughts on UFC No. 10 welterweight Khamzat Chimaev, calling him a “joke” and saying he would send “Borz” to the hospital if they fight would.

This isn’t the first time Chaos has ambushed Chimaev and called him “C * mshot Chimaev” during UFC 268 media day. If you missed Covington’s verbal sting, here’s a clip you can watch:

Chimaev is 4-0 in the UFC and 10-0 as a professional mixed martial artist. He has beaten all four of his UFC opponents on target and has only been hit by one significant hit. He has drawn the attention of many in the MMA community due to his dominance and entertaining personality.

But one person who isn’t impressed is Covington.

Speaking to MMA Fighting, Covington said of the point of sale: “He’s a joke. He has to beat someone who is worthy – someone in the top 5, someone at the top of the rankings, not just against handpicked people. What’s he got, four UFC fights? The media loves to rush these kids and these hype jobs. This is fight man. People can be seriously injured if they rush such people. “

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Chaos continued over Chimaev, confirming that he would accept a fight with the Russian if the UFC wanted to bring him together.

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Covington competed for the welterweight belt on November 6, 2021 during the UFC 268 Main Event. He competed against reigning champion Kamaru Usman at Madison Square Garden in New York City and fought in front of a sold out crowd.

It was a rematch that lasted two years, and The Nigerian Nightmare won their first clash by TKO in the fifth round.

Their second fight was an in-between fight like the first, but unfortunately for Covington it did not do enough in the eyes of the judges to win and lost by unanimous decision.

With the loss, Covington’s professional MMA record fell to 16-3. Since losing, Covington has firmly believed he will work his way up to a third shot against Usman and Chaos vows to one day hold undisputed UFC gold.

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With the loss, Covington’s professional MMA record fell to 16-3. Since losing, Covington has firmly believed he will work his way up to a third shot against Usman and Chaos vows to one day hold undisputed UFC gold.

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