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* * *Jorge Masvidal saved the day, but couldn't take home the belt at UFC 251 on Saturday.When Gilbert Burns fell out of the UFC 251 main event after testing positive for COVID-19, Masvidal quickly stepped in to challenge UFC welterweight champion Kamaru Usman.Despite the short-notice, Masvidal lasted all five rounds with the champion. That, of course, wasn't the objective. The objective was to take Usman's belt. Following the fight, Masvidal broke down his performance and commented on what might be next for him.Hear everything Masvidal had to say after his loss to Usman at the UFC 251 Post-Fight Press Conference on Fight Island in Abu Dhabi.(Subscribe to MMAWeekly.com on YouTube)* * *TRENDING Kamaru Usman shuts down Jorge Masvidal in UFC 251 main event* * * How did UFC Fight Island come to be? (Subscribe to MMAWeekly.com on YouTube)
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Asian markets rose Monday, recovering some of the losses at the end of last week, as investors followed a strong performance on Wall Street fuelled by hopes for a coronavirus vaccine, though a spike in infections around the world capped gains. Trillions of dollars in government support is keeping equities well supported but confidence is being strangled by the spread of the disease, with an explosion of cases forcing some countries to reimpose containment measures just weeks after easing lockdowns. Tokyo led the gains, adding 1.7 percent in the morning session, while Hong Kong added 0.6 percent and Shanghai put on 0.5 percent, with Seoul and Sydney also climbing more than one percent.