JORGE MASVIDAL has vowed to break Kamaru Usman's bones 'like a f***ing chicken wing' in their rematch.
Masvidal will fight the welterweight champion for a second time when they headline UFC 261 on April 24.
The American fan favourite promised to avenge the first defeat, and do so in more dramatic style than he did against Ben Askren in 2019.
Masvidal's five second flying knee win over Askren was the quickest in UFC history – as he sent a direct message to rival Usman.
He said: "Another picture perfect moment coming up, courtesy of Usman's face, can't wait.
"I'm gonna break those bones on your face like a f***ing chicken wing.
"You've been talking a lot of c**p, bringing religion into it, fighters shouldn't be bringing religion into it, but there you go.
"Anyways, can't wait to dismantle you. I'm gonna do you worse than I did that f***ing bum over there, whatever his f***ing name is."
Masvidal, 36, was in line to face Usman, 33, last summer, but failed to reach terms with the UFC.
Instead, Gilbert Burns, 34, took the fight but was later ruled out with coronavirus.
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On just eight days notice, Masvidal stepped in to face Usman on Fight Island in Abu Dhabi and was beaten on points.
But the pre-fight build up and tension led to a massive box office success, with 1.3million pay-per-views sold.
After Usman eventually defeated Burns in February, he called out former challenger Masivdal, wanting to this time beat him by KO.
The pair will main-event the UFC's first event back in America with fans, at the VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena in Jacksonville.
Masvidal – as well as Usman – hails from Florida, and also trains at the American Top Team.
He recently released training footage, hitting the pads and drilling grappling technique in preparation for his second UFC title shot.
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