Brad Pickett fighting Retirement Bout at UFC Fight Night London

Brad Pickett fighting Retirement Bout at UFC Fight Night London

Brad “One Punch” Pickett will be retiring after his fight at UFC Fight Night London

Brad Pickett has always fought on his own terms. He fights an exciting style and has built a huge following of fans over his lengthy career.  He was very popular in WEC and carried that over to the UFC.  Now he finds himself on the verge of retirement.  He was the opponent for Urijah Faber in his retirement fight, and like Faber, he’ll get to out on his own turf.

Pickett, born in East London, England, will fight his farewell fight in London on March 18th in the O2 Arena.

Pickett will be facing Henry Briones who is currently on a two fight losing streak.  He lost to Cody Garbrandt and Douglas Andrade back to back but still brings a well rounded game into the Octagon. He will likely provide a willing participant in a standup battle for Pickett.

Here’s how the UFC Fight Night London card is shaping up:

135 lbs.: Henry Briones vs. Brad Pickett
170 lbs.: Leon Edwards vs. Vicente Luque
170 lbs.: Oluwale Bamgbose vs. Tom Breese
155 lbs.: Marc Diakiese vs. Teemu Packalen
185 lbs.: Scott Askham vs. Brad Scott
205 lbs.: Francimar Barroso vs. Darren Stewart