Alliance MMA owner Brandon Vera is not a fan of UFC strawweight Angela Magana.
UFC strawweight Angela Magana has built quite an abrasive reputation for herself, particularly through her social media presence. One of her tweets directed against Cris Cyborg had sparked a controversy that led to a physical altercation during the UFC Athlete Retreat two weekends ago.
On Saturday, former UFC fighter and Alliance MMA owner Brandon Vera decided to take action against Magana. The current One Championship heavyweight champion has banned “Your Majesty” from the San Diego-based gym via a Facebook post.
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I was gonna leave this alone.. .
She kinda embodies what’s wrong with the world today… super entitled, whines n Cries about everything, and no other skills whatsoever, pretty worthless.
You got your card pulled….. for “cyber bullying” someone you thought you’d never run into. Super drama. . .
Do me a favor and keep away from my Alliance MMA
I super feel like a bully for posting this, but, she’s a prime example of the world gone to sh-t.
P.S. There’s a reason why No One is standing up for u, not your homegirls, training partners, even fighters at the summit. You deserved it…
Also, your hospital pics are sh-t for a case since you went to a #snoopdogg concert that very same evening.
If this burns any of y’all and wanna talk about it… I’m in Guam now and back to PH next week. Come on out.
The UFC has yet to decide if sanctions will be slapped against Cyborg, who ended up throwing a punch that was generally believed to be “unprovoked.” She has, however, been issued a citation for battery.