Niko Price has spent the last three-plus years competing in the UFC and it looks like that run won’t be coming to an end anytime soon.
That’s because the fighter has apparently signed a new four fight contract with the promotion, which Price announced via Twitter:
BREAKING NEWS!!! I forgot to mention I signed a new 4 fight contract ---- I’m so blessed and thankful for the @ufc ! I’ll be sure to keep it entertaining for you guys! #ufc #newcontract #LetsGo #glorytogod— Niko Price (@Nikohybridprice) March 21, 2020
Price holds a 6-3-0-1NC record under the UFC banner (14-3-0-1NC overall), with notable victories coming over Alan Jouban, Randy Brown, Tim Means and James Vick. Price last competed at UFC Fight Night Tampa, defeating the aforementioned Vick by first round knockout. Price has competed a total of eighteen times as a professional MMA fighter and just one of those encounters went to the judges scorecards.
The fighter is scheduled to face Muslim Salikhov on April 11, but the government restrictions due to the coronavirus could put that bout on the back burner.