VIDEO: UFC's Jorge Masvidal and Kamaru Usman Trade Insults in Super Bowl Radio Row Confrontation

Jorge Masvidal blows a kiss to Kamaru Usman on Radio Row ahead of Super Bowl LIV in Miami
Jorge Masvidal blows a kiss to Kamaru Usman on Radio Row ahead of Super Bowl LIV in Miami

For those who were curious if UFC stars Jorge Masvidal and Kamaru Usman are combative types even outside of the Octagon, that question has been emphatically answered. During Super Bowl LIV festivities in Miami, the two welterweights nearly got into it at Radio Row, and needed to be held back by their respective camps amid a series of NSFW insults being hurled back and forth.

Masvidal hasn't fought since his controversial stoppage win over Nate Diaz to secure the "BMF" belt at UFC 244 in November, while Usman made Colby Covington's jaw explode into numerous pieces at UFC 245 in December to defend his world welterweight championship.

The inevitable title fight between these two can't some soon enough.

"What's-his-face." Heh.

These two are quite possibly the sport's very best at 170 pounds right now, but the budding rivalry needs to be settled in the Octagon -- not in Miami in the shadow of a gigantic football game.

A Masvidal-Conor McGregor fight would present an opportunity for Dana White and the UFC to print money, so in a perfect world, that potential fight needs to take priority over any other. However, if "Gamebred" can't end up fighting the Notorious, White needs to get Usman on the phone so that these two can settle things the right way.