Heavyweight fighter Juan Adams UFC tenure has apparently come to an end as the fighter claims that he was cut by the promotion.
The fighter posted the following on Twitter:
Spoke with the manager and I’m not in the ufc anymore. As easy as it would be to give up, I’m going to keep going. I made the changes too late and now i have to pay for that but i have the right pieces in place now. I will continue Hoping and working for the best moving forward.— Juan Adams mma (@chosenjuan285) February 12, 2020
Adams went 1-3-0 in the UFC (5-3-0 overall), defeating Chris De La Rocha, while suffering defeats to Greg Hardy, Arjan Singh Bhullar and Justin Tafa. Adams got into the UFC after competed on Dana White’s Tuesday Night Contender Series Episode 15, defeating Shawn Teed by first round TKO. Adams has competed a total of eight times as a professional MMA fighter and just one of those bouts went the distance.
There is no word at this time as to where the fighter will sign with next, but if Adams is a free agent, it would leave him free to sign with any promotion that makes a suitable offer.