Urijah Faber has been fighting professionally since November 13th, 2003 and has amassed an incredible 44 fight career. With 27 of those fights being in the WEC and UFC, Faber has consistently been a fan favorite. Saturday night at UFC on FOX 22, Faber beat Brad Pickett and retired immediately following the match.
Faber addressed the fans and gave his final Octagon speech:
All of us at MikeSwick.com would like to wish Urijah the best in his future endeavors and we thank him for the amazing and entertaining career. He’s the pioneer for the smaller weight classes becoming what they are today.
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