According to online records from the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office in Florida, Irwin Rivera, a fighter from the UFC’s Bantamweight Division, was arrested on Thursday.
The details of the arrest and incident were subsequently revealed through a police report on Eric Kowal of MyMMANews, which was terrifying.
Irwin Rivera allegedly stabbed a sleeping sister
According to the report, people who answered multiple 911 calls found Rivera’s sister lying on a road full of blood, with wounds on her back, head and arms, and two collapsed lungs. According to reports, the sister claimed that her brother stabbed her while the sister was still in the house.
According to reports, the officer found another sister in a residence with similar wounds. She reportedly told them that she and her sister were in Rivera and spent the night in his empty room, but then Irving repeatedly stabbed them to wake them up.
According to reports, two neighbors swear by an oath that a sister fell on the door, begging “He wants to kill me, please help my sister.”
According to reports, Rivera fled the scene and was eventually captured by the police. He was told by a higher authority to stab his sister with a brass knuckle knife. The report says Rivera has been charged with attempted murder.
According to Palm Beach records, Rivera was booked at the main detention center in Palm Beach at 12:08 pm EST. No guarantee has been set for the 31-year-old child.
A UFC official confirmed to MMA Fight Fight that the propaganda was aware of the charges against Rivera:
The statement said: “UFC is aware of the recent incident involving Irwin Rivera and subsequently received information from his management regarding his behavior consistent with mental health issues.” “The allegations are very disturbing. The organization is currently More information is being collected. The investigation is ongoing, and any possible follow-up measures will be determined based on the conclusions, including disciplinary action or medical treatment. In addition, the UFC also notified Rivera’s management that it will not issue a round to him at this time.”
Rivera has fought with the UFC for less than a year and will hit 1-2 in three games by 2020. Before his UFC career, Rivera was the bantamweight champion of the Florida Titans Fighting Championship.
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