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Colby Covington Confirms Donald Trump Jr. Will Attend UFC Newark

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- Advertisement - Colby Covington Confirms Donald Trump Jr. Will Attend UFC Newark - Covington

Former UFC interim champion Colby Covington is all set to fight former UFC welterweight champion Robbie Lawler at UFC Fight Night 156 which will take place at the Prudential Center in Newark on August 3.

Colby Covington Confirms Donald Trump Jr. Will Attend UFC Newark - Covington

However, for this fight, Covington has formally invited Donald Trump Jr, son of the POTUS to his fight in Newark and is extremely confident that he will attend it this time.

Covington is a rabid Trump supporter and can be seen donning the MAGA hat from time to time.

This will be Covington’s first fight inside the Octagon after more than a year’s layoff. He last fought against Rafael Dos Anjos at UFC 225 which took place on June 10, 2018, in Chicago and defeated him via unanimous decision.

On the other hand, Lawler is coming off of a controversial submission loss against Ben Askren at UFC 235 which took place in March. He was initially scheduled to fight Tyron Woodley in a rematch, but the fight had to be called off as Woodley suffered an injury.

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