Tim Means has spent the last five-plus years competing in two separate runs with the UFC, earning a record of 9-6-0-1NC during that time in the promotion.
That second run will not be coming to an end for the veteran welterweight because he has signed a new five fight deal with the promotion.
Means announced the news himself via Twitter:
The fighter has picked up some big wins during his time in the UFC, with the most notable coming over Dhiego Lima, George Sullivan, John Howard, Sabah Homasi and Alex Garcia.
If Means had not signed a new deal with the organization, a loss against Belal Muhammad at UFC Fight Night Sydney would’ve spelled the end of the fighter’s time in the company.
Even though Means has now opted to sign with the UFC again, no announcement has been made regarding his next fight or opponent. Means made his promotional debut all the way back at UFC On Fuel TV 1, defeating Bernardo Magalhaes by unanimous decision.