UFC bantamweight Cody Garbrandt unloaded on manager Wallid Ismail, telling him that “I’m going to YouTube my nuts on your big ass forehead.”
Garbrandt is set to drop down to 125lbs later this year when he takes on Kai Kara-France at UFC 269 in December. With a win over a top contender in Kara-France, Garbrandt would likely be in line to fight for the flyweight belt, which is currently held by champion Brandon Moreno. The former champ is, of course, Deiveson Figueiredo, and he and Garbrandt were actually supposed to fight for the title last year before “No Love” was forced to withdraw due to health issues. There have been some suggestions that Garbrandt could fight Figueiredo at 125lbs in a potential title eliminator, but the UFC instead chose to match up Garbrandt with Kara-France, leaving Figueiredo without a dance partner at the moment.
Taking to his social media, Figueiredo’s manager Ismail criticized Garbrandt for his recent losing skid and suggested that the fight to make is the trilogy between Moreno and his client. Garbrandt saw the comments from Figueiredo and took to his social media to fire back at Ismail in return. Take a look at how the back-and-forth encounter went down.
Sounds like you have peanut butter stuck at the roof of your mouth when you speak, also I asked to fight your boy in my debut since it was already supposed to be scheduled and I got back that he was hurt. I’m going to YouTube my nuts on on your big ass forehead https://t.co/nH8IdXi0TY
— Cody Garbrandt (@Cody_Nolove) August 22, 2021
Sounds like you have peanut butter stuck at the roof of your mouth when you speak, also I asked to fight your boy in my debut since it was already supposed to be scheduled and I got back that he was hurt. I’m going to YouTube my nuts on your big ass forehead
It will be interesting to see if we do one day get to see Garbrandt fight Figueiredo in what would appear to be a grudge match. In the meantime, Grabrandt is busy with Kara-France.
Do you think Cody Garbrandt should get a flyweight title shot if he is able to defeat Kai Kara-France in his 125lbs debut later this year?