Canadian UFC welterweight Jordan Mein retires from MMA

August 27, 2015

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Canadian UFC welterweight Jordan Mein retires from MMA



Longtime Canadian welterweight standout and UFC 170-pound competitor Jordan Mein is calling it quits, as he announced the decision last night (Aug 26. 2015).

Mein is walking away from MMA competition at just 25 years old.

“I’m ready to transition to a different part of my life. I’ve been at this for 12 years, 10 years professionally, so I’m just ready to move on in my life,” Mein told UFC.com. “I’m super happy with the way my career went and everything I’ve done in the sport, so I don’t really have that feeling of ‘I can’t retire because I haven’t done anything in my career and I don’t feel satisfied.'”

“Young Gun” retires with a professional record of 29-10 (3-2 UFC) with 23 finishes.

Jokingly, Mein said “I’m either going to be a doctor or a professional bowler,” he laughed. “I don’t know.”

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