TUF Alumni Peggy Morgan Announces Retirement


UFC Ultimate Fighter 18 alumni Peggy Morgan has announced her retirement as a professional MMA fighter with a record of 4-4-0.

Morgan made the announcement on her Facebook page:

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Morgan made it to the quarterfinals of the UFC Ultimate Fighter 18 before losing to Sarah Moras via a first round submission. She would go onto fight once in the UFC, dropping a unanimous decision to Jessamyn Duke at the UFC Ultimate Fighter 18 Finale.

Morgan was the Championship Fighting Alliance Women’s Featherweight Champion, defeating Revelino Berto in 2013 to win the belt.

Morgan only won one of four fights during her time in the Invicta Fighting Championships, defeating Andria Wawro, while suffering defeats to Irene Robles, Lotoya Walker and Megan Anderson.

Morgan’s last bout as a pro would come at Invicta FC 18 in July 2016, where she suffered a second round TKO loss to Megan Anderson.

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