For the past eleven-plus years, UFC competitor Nordine Taleb has been pursuing his dream as a professional MMA fighter.
However, when Taleb makes his next appearance in the Octagon, it is going to be the Canadian’s last as a professional MMA fighter.
The fighter would take to Twitter to announce that his next fight is going to be a retirement bout:
.Hi everyone, after thinking for a while about it I took the decision than my next @ufc fight will be my retirement fight, it was a hell of a ride and I'm very grateful for it ! See you soon for the last ride ---- pic.twitter.com/NbL1Tr6kZF— Nordine Taleb (@TNT83MMA) November 26, 2019
Taleb holds a 15-7-0 mark as a professional MMA fighter (7-5-0 UFC), picking up notable victories over Pete Sell, Matt Secor, Jingliang Li, Erick Silva, Oliver Enkamp and Danny Roberts.
There is no word as to when Taleb will hold his retirement bout, as the fighter last competed at UFC 242 in September of this year.