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. \u201cMenace\u201d dominate Te Edwards with his wrestling game which earned him a unanimous decision. With a win, Bermudez snapped a four-fight losing streak. https:\/\/twitter.com\/ufc\/status\/1086786713702195200 https:\/\/twitter.com\/ufc\/status\/1086789820087558144 https:\/\/twitter.com\/ufc\/status\/1086790742066876416 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. https:\/\/twitter.com\/ufc\/status\/1086790908245209088 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.