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MMA veteran Pedro Munhoz has launched a scathing attack over the decision to leave him out of the upcoming EA Sports UFC 4.
The 33-year-old Brazilian fighter is currently in the top five of UFC's official bantamweight rankings.
And Munhoz is set to headline UFC Vegas 7 on 22nd August when he steps into the octagon with Frankie Edgar.
However, the 'Young Punisher' is far from happy that he was snubbed in UFC 4's roster and called his omission "b******t."
Munhoz told Line Movement: "That's some b******t, man. It just sucks. It's something that I cannot control.
"I've been in the UFC since 2014, next year it's going to be seven years. I've fought the best fighters in the division and I compete in every one of my fights.
"But I think it's not how good you are. I think it's how many followers you have, you know?"
Munhoz, who scored a sensational first-round KO victory over Cody Garbrandt at UFC 235, hasn't fought since his defeat to Aljamain Sterling at UFC 238.
EA Sports dropped the official rankings for the top 50 fighters in UFC 4 last week as Amanda Nunes came out top of the pile.
The UFC 4 publisher confirmed that MMA stars Jorge Masvidal and Israel Adesanya would be the co-cover stars for the latest entry in the franchise.
UFC 4 is slated for release on 14th August for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.