Mike Brown Retires On A High Following Victory Over Pineda At UFC 146 | UFC News
By Jamie McAllister
After defeating Daniel Pineda at UFC 146 via unanimous decision Mike Brown has decided to retire.
After the bout, Dave Meltzer reported in The Wrestling Observer that the 36-year-old Brown, a former WEC champion who had struggled to a 4-3 record since losing the title to Jose Aldo in 2009, had decided to retire after the bout. Brown retired with an overall record of 26-8, 2-2 UFC.
In his career Brown has faced the likes of Hermes Franca, Joe Lauzon, Mark Hominick, Yves Edwards, Leonard Garcia, Urijah Faber & Jose Aldo. However ever since losing the WEC title has never been the same.
What do you think of Brown’s retirement is it at the right time ?
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