Brandon Vera Boots Angela Magana Out Of Alliance MMA

Former UFC star Brandon Vera has revealed that he’s booted controversial female fighter Angela Magana out of his Alliance MMA fight team due to her cyber-bullying campaign against Cris ‘Cyborg’ Justino.

In a statement on Instagram, Vera branded Magana a ‘super drama queen’ and questioned why she was posting pictures of herself in hospital days after being punched on the street by ‘Cyborg’, despite the fact that she had been partying at a Snoop Dogg concert just hours after the altercation.

“I was gonna leave this alone….,but this trifling Cunt is still at it,” Vera wrote.

“She kinda embodies what’s wrong with the world today… super entitled, whines n Cries about everything, IG ass famous, and no other skills whatsoever, pretty worthless.

Bitch you got your card pulled….. for “cyber bullying” someone you thought you’d never run into. Super drama Queen……..

Do me a favor and keep your ass 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 shit, crybaby ass, the only positive thing about it is she isn’t a guy….. (fuck) there’s plenty of them as well.

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 shit 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.

#AllianceTrainingCenter #ChickenHead Angela Magana Cris Cyborg”

Magana has up to this point shrugged off the backlash she’s experienced for to her actions both before and after her assault, which includes repeatedly making fun of ‘Cyborg’s’ appearance and then revelling in the fact that she’s going to press charges and sue her after the Brazilian star finally lashed out at her in real life.

However, whether she’ll admit it or not, this latest development surely has to sting.

Alliance MMA is an elite camp, and along with being the home of her close friend Bec Rawlings, it also features other female UFC fighters like Cat Zingano, Angela Hill and Jessica Penne, not to mention male stars such as Dominick Cruz, Alexander Gustafsson, Phil Davis, Jeremy Stephens and Ross Pearson.

Magana has now fired back at Vera, claiming that he’s a bully for not only forcing her out of the gym, but also announcing it to the world.

“You are going to defend a steroid abuser who attacks people out of anger?” Magana asked on Instagram. “Trash talking is part of this game, so I don’t know what your stance is. I’ve been there when the jokes of roids and manliness fly around Cyborg. I put the jokes out for everyone to see. You wanna kick me out of the gym and then try to humiliate me by making it public, but say you are not a bully? Are you not doing those things you accuse me of being so bad for? Thank you for letting me know who you are.”

Vera isn’t backing down from his stance on the matter though.

“Yeah, you’re worthless,” Vera wrote in his reply. “It’s like talking to a wall. You have no idea about anything that is going on. In your bubble you think it’s okay. I haven’t seen one comment supporting your stance. Do you understand what that means? By the way you’ve made history. I didn’t even kick out my ex-wife from the gym. Congrats trifling c–t. Just so you know, I’m probably going to post this too.”

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