Unhappy with his longtime management company and MMA team, former Shooto and Sengoku champion Siyar Bahadurzada is leaving Golden Glory, two months prior to his UFC debut, which comes at UFC on FUEL TV 2.
"They didn't pay me my money for the Glory World Series that I fought in May 2011, and they're keeping me in the dark about my contract and extended the contract for another five years," Bahadurzada said.
"Right now I don't have any manager. My friend, Ryan Parsons, is helping me through my next fight. I think I'll be training between U.S. and Amsterdam, like I am now. We'll see."
Bahadurzada was slated to receive $150,000 for winning the Glory World Series, which took place between 2010 and 2011.
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