Battery Charge Against UFC Middleweight Sedriques Dumas Has Been Dropped

Following an arrest for domestic violence earlier this year, UFC competitor Sedriques Dumas was being charged with one count of battery, but it now appears the case has been dismissed.

While Dumas pled not guilty to the charge, he was accused of allegedly slapping the mother of his child.

Dumas took the X in a since deleted post, clearly in a celebratory mood given the news, while praising his lawyer in the process.

All my charges have been dropped on the DV case and f$u@ everybody. They call me a woman beater to my BM and everything else and thank you to my lawyer Greg whibbs one of the best lawyer that I have on my team and will always be on my team

Thank you Allah. 🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾

— Sd Thereaperufc (@SdUnbroken) June 3, 2024

“The Reaper” holds two 2023 unanimous decision victories with the promotion, over Cody Brundage and Abu Azaitar. Unfortunately, he had a rough start to his time with the UFC, finding himself tapping to a guillotine choke in the second round of his contest with Josh Fremd.

Dumas has fought once in 2024, but was stopped by strikes courtesy of Nursulton Ruziboev in the very first round of their bout in March.

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