Report: UFC Releases Bethe Correia, Evan Dunham

Two more fighters are gone from the UFC as the promotion has reportedly released Bethe Correia and Evan Dunham.

MMA Fighting first reported the news. No reason was given for either of the fighter’s releases.

Correia (11-5-1, 5-5-1 UFC) leaves the promotion with a 1-4 record in her last five fights. That sole win comes over Sijara Eubanks at UFC Fight Night Mexico City. Correia previously challenged for the UFC Women’s Bantamweight Title, losing to then-champion Ronda Rousey by first-round knockout at UFC 190. Correia headlined two cards during her time with the UFC.

Dunham (18-9-1, 11-9-1 UFC) just returned after a self-imposed retirement at UFC 250, suffering a first-round submission loss to Herbert Burns. Dunham is currently in the midst of a three-fight losing streak and he has not picked up a win in nearly four years. Dunham’s last victory came at UFC Fight Night 94 in September of 2016, defeating Rick Glenn by unanimous decision.

The release of Max Rohskopf was also reported earlier today.

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