“This One Was Nicer Than Masvidals” – Jorge Masvidal Himself and Fans React to His ‘Clone’ in Miami After Vicious Flying Knee KO

Published 03/13/2023, 2:00 PM EDT

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Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) is a sport that has been known for its explosive and unforgettable knockouts. Over the years, we have witnessed many great knockouts that have left the fans in awe. One such knockout that has become legendary in MMA is Jorge Masvidal‘s knockout of Ben Askren. The knockout was so brutal that it took only five seconds for Masvidal to knock out Askren, and it quickly became one of the most talked-about moments in MMA history.

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Jorge Masvidal‘s story is a remarkable one. He was born in Miami and grew up in a tough neighborhood. Masvidal started training in mixed martial arts at a young age and quickly showed his talent in the sport. He has fought in various MMA organizations, including the UFC, where he has gained a reputation as one of the most exciting fighters in the sport.

Jorge Masvidal shares a video of his clone on Instagram

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Recently, Masvidal shared a video on Instagram of another fighter based in Miami that knocked out his opponent in a similar fashion to what Masvidal did to Ben Askren. The video quickly went viral, and fans had a wild reaction to it. The fighter’s name is Slick Justin, and he is a rising star in the MMA world.

 

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The knockout that Justin pulled off was eerily similar to Masvidal’s knockout of Askren. Just like Masvidal, he charged at his opponent with a flying knee that landed flush on his opponent’s chin, knocking him out cold. The knockout was so devastating that the referee had to step in to stop the fight immediately.

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Here is how fans reacted to it –

One fan commented – “That last hammer fist was super necessary”

Another fan said – “MMA is a classic example that history does in fact repeat itself”

One fan pointed – “He even has the same hairstyle”

Another one said – “This one was nicer than Masvidals because homie didn’t f*cking nose dive right into the knee like Ben did😂”

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One fan joked – “When you watch Masvidal too much 😂😂”

Another one said – “When your mom says we have Jorge Masvidal at home”

One fan argued – “Well if people doing flying knees are clones of other people doing flying knees, then Masvidal is a clone of Spencer Fisher who is a clone of Kid Yamamoto who is a clone of…. 😂”

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Masvidal’s knockout of Ben Askren

In July 2019, Jorge Masvidal delivered one of the most memorable knockouts in UFC history when he defeated Ben Askren in just five seconds. Masvidal started the fight with a flying knee that connected with Askren‘s head, knocking him out instantly and ending the bout almost before it had begun. The brutal finish stunned fans and left Askren motionless on the canvas for several minutes.

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Knockouts are a part of MMA that fans love to watch. Jorge Masvidal‘s knockout of Ben Askren was one of the most iconic knockouts in MMA history. It not only cemented Masvidal‘s status as one of the best fighters in the sport, but also made him a household name. The video that Masvidal shared of Justin only adds to the legend of Masvidal‘s knockout and shows that the legacy of great knockouts in MMA will continue to live on.

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Written by:

Sushant Sharma

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Sushant is a UFC writer at EssentiallySports. He has been actively contributing to the field of writing for over 2 years. He is a huge UFC fan and has been following it since 2016.
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Edited by:

Debmallya Chakraborty

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