Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) fighter Irwin Rivera was arrested Thursday for the attempted murder of his two sisters.
According to the incident report, ESPN caught and arrested the 31-year-old American without the possibility of his release from Boington Beach in the Florida Police Department.
Two women, one 22 years old and another 33 were stabbed several times. The health status of one of the victims is also critical and the other is more stable.
At 7:00 a.m. Thursday, Rivera said she “killed her sisters.”
The fighter had entered the room of two women with the intention of committing a double murder, which was reported to him by “superior power,” the report said.
The UFC said in a statement that Rivera was diagnosed with mental health problems after the incident.
It is not yet clear what disciplinary action the company will take, but Rivera will never be given a fight, it has been confirmed. Bantamweight Fighter’s recent fight with Andre Ewell on September 19 by split decision.