After a disappointing loss at UFC Fight Night 101 in Melbourne to Omari Akhmedov, 33-fight Kyle Noke announces his retirement on November 27, 2016.
He made the announcement on twitter:
Noke retired with a professional MMA record of 22-10-1, and a record of 6-6 in the UFC. Noke also spoke about his decision after the event, here is what he said:
“I did kinda have it in my head before the fight, which isn’t probably the best thing going into the fight,” Noke said. “But the fight just proved it to me. I’m just not as fast as I used to be. Not as good.
“I had a great time in the sport, but it’s time to do something else now.”