UFC legend boots fan with brutal kick that leaves victim writhing in agony… before running away

JORGE MASVIDAL fled the scene after he left a fan in agony with a brutal leg kick.

The UFC legend emotionally hung up his gloves last April but still showed supporters he has not lost his game.

@full_violence – xJorge Masvidal left a fan in agony after brutally kicking him in the leg[/caption]

@full_violence – xFans have said the UFC star ‘broke his leg’[/caption]

@full_violence – xMasvidal fled the scene immediately[/caption]

A clip has gone viral of Masvidal, 39, giving a fan a brutal blow to the leg.

“Gamebred” at first looked like he was joking around, but he eventually fired a savage leg kick that sent the fan flying to the ground in agony.

And the man who remained silent in pain on the floor showed Masvidal what he thought by making a gesture with his middle finger.

Then the camera caught the former BMF champion’s reaction when he asked, “Who did that?”

Masvidal then pretended to flee the scene leaving the man behind in pain.

UFC fans took to social media with concern and confusion.

One said: “Broke his leg but he will have a story.”

Another added: “Leg kicks hurt like a b****, why would you ask for this?”

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A third then put: “He’s gonna regret that tomorrow.”

While a fourth then said: “That bruise is going to be crazy lol.”

Masvidal last fight was in his home of Miami following a defeat to Gilbert Burns.

And revealed he struggled to come to terms with his career ending and binged on Uber Eats for a month.

Meanwhile, the 39-year-old has since been heavily linked to a boxing bout against Nate Diaz, the man he beat to become the inaugural BMF champion in November 2019.

Talks are ongoing between the pair after the UFC gave their blessing for a rematch to happen in the squared circle.

While he is still under contract with UFC and despite making amends with YouTuber-turned 8-1 boxer Jake Paul, 27, it will not stand in the way of a mega-fight between them.

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