Max Griffin A Free Agent, Wants To Stay With UFC

MMA

Max Griffin was last seen in the Octagon at UFC On Fox 28, defeating Mike Perry by unanimous decision.

That bout was the last of Griffin’s contract with the UFC, but the fighter would like to remain with the promotion.

Jake Paul Wants To Create Fighters Union For MMA: "This Is My Goal To Really Impact The Whole Entire Sport"

“I want to get my contract,” he told MMA Junkie Radio. “That was the last fight, so now we’re trying to renegotiate and get paid, because I want to start coming after these guys.”

Griffin earned a record of 2-2-0 in the UFC (14-4-0 overall), with those wins coming over the duo of the aforementioned Mike Perry and Erick Montano.

The fighter took a lot of risks prior to the last fight on the contract, because Griffin quit his job before the bout against Perry.

“I did roll the dice,” Griffin said. “I had to. I quit my job. I went double all-in. I had to make it happen. I know some other guys are getting paid good money. I just don’t want to get the basic contract.”

Since Griffin is now a free agent, it does give the fighter opportunities to talk and/or sign with other MMA promotions outside of the UFC.

Get exclusive pro wrestling content on Fightful Select, our premium news service! Click here to learn more.
From The Web