Dana White Confirms Andrei Arlovski Fought His Last Fight With UFC; MMA Legend Wants To Join Other Promotions

"The Pitbull" has fought his final UFC fight.

Dana White Talks Andrei Arlovski
Dana White Talks Andrei Arlovski - Image credit @andreiarlovski @UFC Instagram
  • Andrei Arlovski has finished his contract with the UFC
  • The 45-year-old is still looking for another promotion

Andrei Arlovski is done with the UFC but is reportedly planning to join a different promotion.

Andrei’s last

Speaking to reporters in his post-UFC 303 presser, UFC president Dana White confirmed that Arlovski’s UFC contract has expired and the MMA legend has already fought his last fight with the promotion.

“Yeah, this is Andrei’s last fight,” White said. “I don’t know what Cub’s going to do. You know, obviously, Smith is already part of the team here and working here. I don’t know. We’ll see how it all plays out, but you know, all people that we truly respect and care about, so we’ll see what happens.”

Andrei will find a new home

Arlovski may be done with the UFC but MMA journalist Ariel Helwani said he was told that the 45-year-old is still planning to fight. In fact, Arlovski is looking to switch to another company.

“Last night was the final fight on Andrei Arlovski’s UFC contract. He will not be re-signing with the promotion, I’m told, but he is still planning on fighting elsewhere,” Helwani wrote.

Arlovski has been fighting professionally since 1999. He made his UFC debut in 2000 and has been with the company for over two decades.

As it stands, Arlovski has gone winless in his last four trips to the Octagon. Prior to losing to Martin Buday at UFC 303, Arlovski also lost to Waldo Cortes-Acosta via decision earlier this year. The last time he won was when he beat Jake Collier at UFC Vegas 53.

Watch White’s full presser below:

Published on July 1, 2024 at 1:19 pm
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