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Ben Askren rips Jorge Masvidal, Darren Till and Alan Jouban, says he’ll fight every month if he has to

Ben Askren’s move to the UFC is not even official yet, and he’s already put half of the welterweight division on notice

While the former ONE and Bellator welterweight champ has already stated that UFC interim welterweight champion Colby Covington could be the first UFC fighter on his hit list, he’s also recently set his sights on recent welterweight title challenger Darren Till, and long-time top-10 staple Jorge Masvidal.

“Hey [Darren Till] you feel like going on a losing streak?” Ben Askren said to Till, who lost to training partner, UFC welterweight champ Tyron Woodley, in September.

‘[Jorge Masvidal] you used to say a lot of shit,” Askren added. “Now reality gonna bite you in the ass and your twitter fingers got fired.”

“Beg me you little slut, and just like a little slut whore your day is coming,” Masvidal fired back.

“Jorge you haven’t won a fight since Jan 2017,” Askren replied. “If you had a shred of self awareness you would realize it would be an honor for you to share the cage with me.”

At the time of this writing, the most recent fighter to feel Askren’s wrath on Twitter is fan favorite welterweight Alan Jouban, who actually began the exchange with the former ONE champ.

“You’re an educated guy,” Alan Jouban said to Ben Askren on Twitter. “So you’re smart enough to know that your style isn’t striking fear in the hearts of anyone! Sure, you are going to hit some takedowns. But you are are gonna get touched up like never before. Only a matter of time!”

“Alan being humbled in front of millions isn’t something fake tough like happening to them,” Askren said. “You’re 1-2 in your last 3, go back to modeling.”

Ben Askren has also recently gotten into it with Mike Perry.

Needless to say, Ben Askren seems more than ready to make the jump to the Octagon and start taking out his rivals, one-by-one. In fact, he says he’s willing to fight every month to settle his rivalries as quickly as possible.

“So many fighters said stuff about me in the past,” he said. “I don’t even get hit. I might tell [UFC] to set up a bum of the month club and fight every month!”

Who do you think Ben Askren will fight first if he moves to the UFC?

This article first appeared on BJPENN.COM on 10/25/2018.

This article appeared first on BJPENN.COM