Jorge Masvidal is all set to headline his first-ever pay-per-view alongside Nate Diaz at the Madison Square Garden on November 2. It’s one of the biggest and most anticipated fight cards of the year.
They both will fight for the BMF title which alone will cost $50,000 and UFC is going all-in into promoting this fight. Masvidal’s UFC 244 headline is certain to net him his career-high payday.
However, despite all of this, he hasn’t forgotten to remain humble and in a twitter post, his manager Malki Kawa wrote how Masvidal joined him and his team for a little charity work.
Did a little community service today… had the guys in my company come and feed the homeless… and who came with us when he heard we were doing this? None other than @GamebredFighter himself pic.twitter.com/zrrIxSP93y
— malki kawa (@malkikawa) September 29, 2019
“Did a little community service today… had the guys in my company come and feed the homeless… and who came with us when he heard we were doing this? None other than @GamebredFighter himself,” Malki Kawa wrote on twitter.
This is not something Jorge Masvidal has done for the first time, in fact in June earlier this year, he grappled Anthony Pettis in a friendly charity match and the money raised was going to support the gyms built-in troubled areas, so that the kids who can’t afford gym membership can train.
Jorge Masvidal is coming off of two back to back knockout victories over Darren Till and Ben Askren with the later win being the record for the fastest knockout in UFC history.