Sean Strickland and Paulo Costa fight in danger of being scrapped

Two weeks before UFC 302, the event’s second biggest event appears to be in danger of being canceled.

Former UFC middleweight champion Sean Strickland, who is scheduled to share the octagon with Paulo Costa on June 1, posted a video on social media titled “Is Costa out?”, reporting that the Brazilian has yet to sign a contract for the fight.

“Damn it, Costa – I’m told you still haven’t signed a contract to fight,” the American stated. “I’ll tell you what – I can’t believe it! I didn’t think you’d react like a coward. I thought you’d have the guts, but right now it looks like you don’t have the manhood. I don’t know what’s going on in your little brain, but don’t disappoint me, don’t disappoint the fans. Let me bleed you!”

Paulo Costa and representatives of the organization have not yet commented on this information.

UFC 302 will take place on June 1 in Newark, and its main event will be a lightweight title fight between Islam Makhachev and Dustin Porier.