UFC Star Suspended After Colby Covington Affair

UFC strawweight Polyana Viana recently revealed an odd bedroom request from Colby Covington. It has been noted that Viana recently had her Twitter suspension lifted after fans were outraged by the fact that her initial suspension was due to a tweet she directed at Colby Covington. It is reported that Colby’s account has been suspended.



Viana got back to her winning ways after taking just 47 seconds to demolish Jinh Yu Frey at UFC Vegas 64. Viana blitzed Frey with a flurry of strikes that saw her claim her first KO victory since 2015. The win was Viana’s third in four fights and comes after she lost to Tabatha Ricci via unanimous decision in May.

The win also had Polyana ready to mix things up on social media. Hours after the fight she fired off a tweet about Covington.

The tweet makes an interesting claim about the welterweight. It reads,

“Colby wanted me to finger him in the a**, but I did not want to. He got upset!”

The tweet was in response to another tweet about “humanizing athletes” that listed some things people might not know about Polyana. Add that to the list. It was seemingly also in response to a claim Covington made about getting in some “bedroom cardio” with Polyana as they trained together over a year ago.

“Everybody’s going to have to use their imagination on that one. I am not claiming to be your boyfriend, but what’s up with titles these days? Why does there have to be a title? Why can’t two adults just have fun together? And that’s exactly what we did,” Covington claimed at the time.

“We spent a couple of days together, and had a great time together. I got to work on my bedroom cardio, keeping world-class championship form. And that’s that. I have got nothing but respect for her. Polyana is a great girl, beautiful girl.”

Polyana responded at the time to his comments by saying:

“I have never given room for any kind of comment or judgment about my personal life, but it is not for me to judge the person’s attitude. I feel sorry for those who act so low to try to promote themselves. It is revolting.”

Barry Russell
Barry Russell
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