UFC welterweight contender dons ‘Free Cain’ t-shirt launched by Derek Brunson to try to help pay for the Cain Velasquez’s legal fees

Earlier this month Cain Velasquez was arrested for shooting a man, who was accused of molesting his daughter. MMA community across the board stood up for Cain Velasquez, and Derek Brunson announced the creation of special tees and the sale on his social media page on Wednesday, explaining 50% of the profits would go toward helping Velasquez foot his legal bills.

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Belal Muhammad (Credits: UFC)

While Cain has been denied bail, fighters are still advocating their support for the former heavyweight champion. As voices in support of Cain are building into an uproar, UFC welterweight Belal Muhammad has posted a picture of him sporting the t-shirt. He even thanked Derek Brunson for taking this effort.

He posted a tweet saying,

Free Cain 🙏
@DerekBrunson

Cain Velasquez was denied bail by the Santa Clara County Court in his attempted murder case. Judge Shelyna Brown imposed the verdict at the last hearing.

Belal Muhammad sets his intentions straight on when he meets Conor McGregor in person

Ever since reports of his troubles with the law have emerged again, UFC fighters have rallied to hurl insults and digs toward Conor McGregor.

The latest entrant to this list of fighters is number 5 ranked welterweight contender, Belal Muhammad. Muhammad and McGregor have gone back-and-forth several times in the past. McGregor once posted a video on his Instagram story where he was hysterically laughing at Muhammad just out of mockery. Muhammad then posted another story of McGregor getting choked out in the octagon at UFC 229.

Most recently Belal posted a photoshopped picture of him punching Conor Mcgregor with the caption, ‘ Next time I see Conor at a steakhouse’

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