UFC Parted Ways With Heavyweight Justin Willis! Justin Willis is not a UFC fighter anymore. TSN was the first to publish the news, and it was later backed up by ESPN. The Las Vegas-based promotion released Willis because the two sides couldn\u2019t make a deal for Willis\u2019 next bout. It is also said that Justin Willis turned down the fight against Walt Harris at UFC San Antonio, which was planned for July 20. Actually, \u201cBig Pretty\u201d is not sure whether he can reach the Heavyweight division limit until the specified date. \u201cHe had a chance to fight me on July 20, they offered him the contract and he told them he couldn\u2019t make weight in two months,\u201d Harris told Adam Hunter on the MMA Roasted Podcast on Thursday. \u201cAnd so they cut him. He\u2019s a coward. He\u2019s all talk, no game. \u201cIf he couldn\u2019t make weight in two months, he\u2019s got to be walking around now at close to 350 pounds. If that\u2019s the case, it\u2019s not healthy at all. We\u2019re supposed to be the toughest guys on earth, so turning down fights in my opinion is never an option.\u201d Justin Willis had a UFC score of 5-1, with a unanimous decision wins over James Mulheron, Chase Sherman, and the former K-1 and Pride FC star Mark Hunt. Willis also turned the lights out on Allen Crowder at UFC 218. His last bout happened at UFC Fight Night 148, on March 23, 2019, where \u201cBig Pretty\u201d was outpointed by Curtis Blaydes after 15 minutes of war. There was a lot of trash talk in the build-up for this match, and, according to Blaydes, Willis even took aim at his father. \u201cRazor\u201d is pleased to hear that Justin Willis is not a UFC fighter anymore. \u201cObviously I\u2019m happy he\u2019s no longer a part of the company,\u201d Blaydes told TSN on Friday. \u201cI don\u2019t think that he had the skills or character to be a representative of this sport.\u201d Are you surprised by Willis\u2019 release?