Colby Covington prepares to march with a special flag to show his support for the Miami Beach police department against fellow foe Jorge Masvidal at the main event of UFC 272.
The stage is set for one of the biggest grudge fights in the UFC’s modern history. Covington will face Jorge Masvidal at UFC 272 on March 6 at the T-Mobile Arena in Paradise, Nevada. Covington has always been a true American and has used the UFC platform to support hardworking citizens. The warrior explained why he was fighting and what he represented.
Covington, law enforcement, military, first responders, etc. He has great respect for those who protect Americans like him. Throughout his professional career, Covington has been part of several initiatives that help encourage, inspire and support these hardworking people.
The fighter always carries the flag of the United States on his back during strikes during fights. During his fight with middleweight champion Kamaru Usman at UFC 268, Covington used Jim Johnston’s ‘Medal’ as the marching song. This song was used by legendary wrestler Kurt Angle and loved by many fans.
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Inside UFC 272 Countdown: Full EpisodeCovington has announced plans to use a new flag to show respect to the police force. Covington is from Miami, Florida and is now ready to carry the Pride of Miami on his back.
One of Covington’s friends in the Miami police department has a Canine unit, swat unit, etc. held a meeting with During the meeting, the warrior spent some time with them and took part in some missions. After that, the police department gave Covington a signed American flag as a token of gratitude.
“We got some autographs from all the police departments in Miami Beach. SWAT, dog unit, motor unit. This will be the flag I walk with on the octagon. I will fight hard for them and make sure they inspire as much as they inspire me.‘ said Covington. One of the two colby Only at UFC 272 will we know if he will come out with that signed flag.
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