Popular film maker and social media influencer, Director Flo has gone on his twitter handle, @DirectorFlo to analyse how UFC judges would have cost Usman Kamaru the belt in a fight that saw him break Colby Covington’s Jaw, who was immediately transported to the hospital for further medical attention.

It’s crystal clear that UFC officials wanted Usman to fail regardless of how much damage he did to Covington – In the words of my father who was a BIG Fight Fan in the ’60s, the ’70s and 80’s –

“When a black boxer fights a white one – if he doesnt either kill him or knock him out cold – he will NEVER win the fight.” certainly rung true in this case – in spite of the massive battering MAGA Covington took at the hands of Usman.

Which include a broken jaw & his face looking as if Jason had his way with it, 2 Judges actually gave him a win and a draw respectively – In fairness – Usman won 1, 2, 3 and the 4th was a draw.

Its a crying shame that racists cant stomach black people dominating UFC – get jiggy with it already – we havent even begun yet.

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