UFC welterweight Jason Witt announces retirement from MMA

UFC welterweight Jason Witt has called it a career. “The Vanilla Gorilla” has announced his retirement via social media on Sunday night.

Witt, 35, has a pro record of 19 wins and 9 loses. He made his UFC debut back in 2020, but he couldn’t find success. The American lost four times and managed to get only two wins in his six UFC outings.


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For Witt, the journey was a successful one, as he accomplished his main mission of competing for the largest MMA promotion in the world.

“For the past 15+ years I dedicated myself and my life to MMA,” Witt said. “Through literal blood, sweat and tears it taught me how to be disciplined, how to overcome adversity, and how to be humble and respectful. It forced me to grow up to become the man I needed to be to reach my goal to fight in the UFC. It allowed me to travel all over the world, introduced me to all kinds of people, and help make memories that I will cherish forever.”

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