Kyle Noke Retires After Losing To Omari Akhmedov

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Kyle Noke announced after his preliminary card loss to Omari Akhmedov at UFC Fight Night 101 that he’s retiring from mixed martial arts. The following is from his verified Twitter account:

">@ufc and all the fans. It's time to hang up the gloves. Ive had a blessed life doing what I love. I Wouldn't change a thing

— Kyle Noke (@KyleNoke)

Thank you to the @ufc and all the fans. It's time to hang up the gloves. Ive had a blessed life doing what I love. I Wouldn't change a thing

— Kyle Noke (@KyleNoke) November 27, 2016

">November 27, 2016

Noke finishes a professional career that began in 2002 with a record of 22-10-1. He went 6-6 in the UFC. Akhmedov defeated him on Saturday night by unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 30-27) in all three rounds.

We have complete results from UFC Fight Night 101: Whittaker vs. Brunson available at this link.

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