Scott Jorgensen has read far worse on Twitter than what he'll hear from his opponent in The Ultimate Fighter finale in Las Vegas on Saturday.
Granted, his opponent, Urijah Faber, won't be anonymous and the two are friends.
"You get to connect with fans, including the idiots," Jorgensen told FOXSports.com. "I've had people make fun of the fact I have vitiligo. I get it. We have bigger problems in this world than some people hiding behind fake profiles running their mouths."
Jorgensen, 30, gives it right back, at least within the bounds of the UFC's new code of conduct that limits how far its athletes can go on social media. There are upsides, like when those who have the skin pigmentation disorder vitiligo -- something Jorgensen was diagnosed with as an adolescent -- reach out to him.
"They say I'm a huge inspiration to them," Jorgensen said. "I enjoy that aspect of it."
Maybe not in quite the same way, but Jorgensen got some encouragement from Faber after the two met a decade a...