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‘I’m Out’, UFC Veteran Matt Brown Calls It Quits On MMA


“The Immortal” made his MMA career last.

Matt Brown, who has spent 15 years in the UFC Welterweight Division, has decided that it is time to retire. Brown announced his retirement on social media this past Saturday.

Matt Brown Bows Out of Competition: “I’m out”

“Not doing it again. I’m out,” Brown wrote on ‘X‘. “That’s the announcement. Now, my life will be dedicated to helping others. Building businesses and teaching others martial arts to help the community. Many thanks @danawhite You can also find out more about the following: @ufc for giving me a platform to express myself and my brand but it is time to move on to bigger, better things!”

Brown, 43 years old, can rest easy knowing that he has the most knockouts ever in the history of welterweight (13) and the second-most in the entire promotion. He is only behind heavyweight KO King Derrick Lewis’s (14).

Brown was one of the few fighters who could say that they had left the sport with a bang last May.

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