Jimmie Rivera Blasts Cody Garbrandt, Potentially Locks Up Next Fight

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Jimmie Rivera is completed ready round for a combat and apparently so is Raphael Assuncao.

Rivera had wished to tackle former Final Preventing Championship (UFC) bantamweight title holder Cody Garbrandt. “El Terror” isn’t going to get his want, at the very least not now. He could, nevertheless, tackle somebody who many deem worthy of a title alternative.

Jimmie Rivera Says Bout With Raphael Assuncao Reached Verbal Settlement

Rivera lately took to Twitter and ripped Garbrandt, claiming “No Love” ducked him. On a extra optimistic word for “El Terror,” it appears to be like like he’s locked up a combat with Assuncao:

Sadly, I’ve been notified @Cody_Nolove has resolve to bitch out and play the damage card. Proper now he’s conveniently unavailable to combat till after @DominickCruz subsequent combat. On account of these circumstances, #trashtalktuesday might be on maintain whereas I maintain the division shifting…

— Jimmie Rivera (@JimmieRivera135) November 13, 2018

Whereas @Cody_Nolove is pouting, my group has spoken with @RaphaAssuncao supervisor and the @ufc . We each agreed to combat and are ready on the paperwork to signal to placed on a present for the followers. https://t.co/gYPhgJ5KMS

— Jimmie Rivera (@JimmieRivera135) November 13, 2018

“Unfortunately, I’ve been notified [Cody Garbrandt] has decided to b*tch out and play the hurt card. Right now he is conveniently unavailable to fight until after Dominick Cruz next fight. Due to these circumstances, trash talk Tuesday will be on hold while I keep the division moving… While [Garbrandt]  is pouting, my team has spoken with [Raphael Assuncao’s] manager and the UFC. We both agreed to fight and are waiting on the paperwork to sign to put on a show for the fans.”

Rivera rebounded from his knockout loss to Marlon Moraes with a choice victory over John Dodson. “El Terror” seemed one step forward of the facility puncher and saved it secure for a pleasant bounce again win. As for Assuncao, he’s driving a four-fight successful streak. He’s gone 11-1 in his final 12 outings. He’s solely misplaced to present UFC bantamweight champion T.J. Dillashaw in that span.

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