The Scottish fighter has been frustrated at a lack of communication from the promotion regarding his release from the troubled organisation.
Having cancelled numerous events already this year, Robert Whiteford (15-4) has taken to Twitter to vent his frustration with ACB with regards to a release from the promotion.
Since leaving the UFC, Whiteford has a 3-0 record with ACB and headlined two events for the promotion but with the future of the Russian organisation up in the air, Whiteford is hoping to move on with his career.
“I would like to thank ACB for the opportunity over the last couple of years” began Whiteford.
However, the Scot wants his situation resolved quickly.
“I have asked for my release several weeks ago… I need this in writing so I can move on with my career”
You can read Whiteford’s full statement below:
ACB had been slow to issue an explanation for their streak of cancellations but insist that ACB 90 in Moscow is going ahead as planned.