/Charles Baird announced his retirement due to the loss of UFC 250

Charles Baird announced his retirement due to the loss of UFC 250

Charles Byrd competed four times on Saturday night at the world-famous Austagan, including the UFC 250.

That was enough for Byrd, as Maki Pitolo announced his retirement after the loss.

Byrd has gone 10-7 in total, including 1-3 with the UFC. She won two of the 2017 Dana White Contader Series to earn her place in the promotion.

All three outside wins during the UFC banner were won by submitting the first two points. In 2018, he stopped John Phillips with a naked choke in the front, back.

Born in Arkansas, Bird grew up in Texas, where he was involved in high school football and wrestling before starting his career at MMA in 2009. He won his first 11 fight weeks and fought among other promotions at the Legacy Fighting Championships.

Bord added on Facebook after the fight, “I’m never afraid to fail or try.” “I never thought I would say it now, but I’m fine and I accept that life sometimes doesn’t change as much as you expect.

“They were mentally and physically ready for this fight. But the results did not come my way. I am ready to explore the next chapter and the path that God gave me.

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“I appreciated the love and support of all my friends and family on this journey, which I call my war life. They achieved a lot of great things for me and had a lot of memories. But time is not waiting for anyone. So with that, he said I became official with the fight. “

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