Dennis Bermudez Retires From MMA Following A Win Over Te Edwards At UFC Brooklyn

Dennis Bermudez End His MMA Career With A Decision Win

Longtime UFC featherweight contender Dennis Bermudez squared off against Te Edwards in a lightweight bout on the preliminary undercard which went down earlier tonight (Sat., Jan. 19, 2019) at UFC on ESPN+ 1 from inside Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.

“Menace” dominate Te Edwards with his wrestling game which earned him a unanimous decision. With a win, Bermudez snapped a four-fight losing streak.

Following his UFC Brooklyn win, Bermudez called it a career by placing down his gloves in the center of the Octagon. He finished his UFC run with a 10-7 record and overall 17-9 record with some key win over the likes of Max Holloway, Clay Guida, Matt Grice, and Tatsuya Kawajiri.

The 32-year-old wrestler made his way to 2011’s The Ultimate Fighter 14, where he suffered a defeat to Diego Brandao, but then afterward he got his rhythm by winning next seven UFC fights.

Team Middleeasy wish Bermudez all the best for his future endeavors.

Published on January 19, 2019 at 6:19 pm
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