UFC Light Heavyweight Patrick Cummins has officially announced his retirement from the UFC today after a run that lasted two decades with his early years spent as an All American wrestler and graduated with a Bachelors Degree in Fine Arts from Penn State!
With a professional record of 10-7 and 3 of those losses coming in his last three fights, Patrick Cummins has victories over some of the best in MMA such as OSP, Jan Blachowicz, Antonio Carlos Jr.
Cummins made his Professional debut in Strikeforce back in 2010 with with a 1st Round TKO victory against (2-0) Terrell Brown and was signed to the UFC in 2014 making his Debut at UFC 170 Rousey vs McMann, against Daniel Cormier where he lost in the first round via TKO.
As of late it seems Patrick has found love in riding his off-road bike with his girl and has found peace in his life. It’s a very difficult decision for any fighter to face but it seems for Patrick his retirement is a choice he’s making while in a good place in his life.
It was announced earlier today on Instagram where he shares with everyone how he’s been putting a lot of careful consideration into this decision. Below is his exact post he shared on Instagram.
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