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Former UFC/WWE star Cain Velasquez submitted a not guilty plea on Friday to the attempted murder and other charges against him.

There are 10 charges against him for allegedly being involved in a shooting in late February. The charges against him include 1st degree attempted murder, multiple counts of assault with a deadly weapon, and shooting an occupied motor vehicle, among others. If found convicted, he faces decades in prison.

A pre-trial hearing is now set for September 26, according to court documents obtained by MMA Fighting. Velasquez has been denied bail numerous times.

Cain allegedly followed Harry Goularte, who was charged with 1 felony count of lewd and lascivious act for allegedly molesting Velasquez’s son after Goularte was let out of jail under supervised release despite being charged.

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The former UFC Heavyweight Champion allegedly fired shots at the vehicle that had Goularte, his mom, and stepdad, where Velasquez hit Goularte’s stepfather. Police later found a 40-caliber semi-automatic handgun in Cain’s truck with 2-10 bullet magazines where eight total bullets were missing from the mags.