Former UFC flyweight Ian McCall is finally hanging up the gloves following a nine second knockout loss in his last fight. \u201cUncle Creepy\u201d, who took current flyweight kingpin Demetrious \u201cMighty Mouse\u201d Johnson to a draw back in 2012, announced he has officially retired after 15 years of fighting: \u201cI\u2019m retiring finally, I think people have been waiting for this for a long time. I\u2019m done. This sport has taken so much from me \u2014 I shouldn\u2019t say it\u2019s taken, I\u2019ve given this sport so much. And sure, I was the best in the world years ago and sure, people keep bringing up my \u2018Al Bundy\u2019 moment about beating Demetrious (Johnson), \u2018Oh, you\u2019re the guy, blah blah blah.\u2019 \u201cI\u2019ve had a good run, it\u2019s been fun, but at the same time, it\u2019s over. After enough shenanigans that I\u2019ve been through, I think physically I could still do it. Physically I go in the gym, I train hard. I beat people up, I have a good time, I love doing it, but with my luck and I hate to be the guy that\u2019s like, \u2018It always happens to me, the bad things always happen to me,\u2019 well they kind of do in this sport. ... I\u2019m not gaining ground, I\u2019m not getting closer to being the best in the world. The steps are getting farther and farther away and I\u2019m not in this to be anything but the best in the world. And if I cannot compete at that level of the best in the world, then it\u2019s just not worth it for me.\u201d \u201cUncle Creepy\u201d has been plagued by injuries and surgeries throughout the last few years of his MMA career. In the past four years alone, McCall\u2019s had nine fights canceled due to injuries sustained by his opponent or himself, so it\u2019s fair to say he\u2019s had a bit of bad luck. McCall signed with Japanese promotion RIZIN FF after being released from his UFC contract in 2016, and has lost both of those two RIZIN bouts. Most recently, McCall suffered a nine second knockout loss to\u00a0Kyoji Horiguchi: \u201cIn Japan, after the fight I just went, you know what, I hate saying this but I can\u2019t catch a break. (Joe) Rogan always talks a bunch of s**t about how people are always like \u2018they can\u2019t catch a break\u2019, well I can\u2019t catch a break. But that\u2019s okay, I\u2019m just going to change my situation so I can catch a break.\u201d The UFC veteran is already considering options outside of fighting, and still intends on getting his black belt in Brazilian jiu-jitsu: \u201cI have a work ethic that\u2019s second-to-none, so I\u2019m just going to transfer over what I know work-ethic-wise from MMA to a different job, a different arena. I\u2019ll always be part of MMA, I\u2019ll always be at the gym, I still need to get my black belt in jiu-jitsu. Maybe consult for a fight promotion, I\u2019m not sure what I\u2019m really going to do, I\u2019m talking to Combates, me and Campbell McLaren have been going back and forth.\u201d How will \u201cUncle Creepy\u201d be remembered now that the legendary flyweight is retired?