Pat Healy was on the wrong end of a brutal knockout loss to Magomed Raisov this past weekend at Absolute Championships Berkut 78.
That fight would turn out to be the final one for the UFC veteran, who announced his retirement a short time later via Twitter:
Healy retires with a record of (34-24-0-1NC), fighting some of the best the sport of MMA has to offer, like Denis Kang, Dave Strasser, Dan Hardy, Chris Lytle, Paul Daley, Jay Hieron, Carlo Prater, Tiki Ghosn, Carlos Condit, Rory Makham, Jake Ellenberger, Ryan Ford, Josh Thomson, Eric Wisely, Maximo Blanco, Caros Fodor, Kurt Holobaugh, Jim Miller, Khabib Nurmagomedov, Jorge Masvidal, Bobby Green, Gleison Tibau, Rick Hawn, Gesias Cavalcante and Leandro Silva.
The fighter went winless during a five fight run in the UFC, with an initial win over Jim Miller getting overturned to a no contest at UFC 159 after a failed drug test.
A now retired Healy plans to remain active outside of the cage, including getting the next generation of stars ready for action.