Unretired Brad Pickett signs multi-fight deal with ACB, set for London

  Brad Pickett  will return to action in front of his hometown supporters on Aug. 11 in London after signing a multi-fight deal with ACB.   ACB confirmed the signing of the UK MMA legend with MMA Fighting on Thursday.   “One Punch” bid an emotional farewell to fans when he retired from the sport at last year’s UFC London event after being stopped in the third round of his bantamweight clash with  Marlon Vera . Vera’s win made it three consecutive defeats for Pickett after dropping a decision against  Urijah Faber  and being submitted by Yuri Alcantara.   Pickett (25-14-0) will remain at bantamweight for his comeback fight, which marks ACB’s first event in the English capital. Speaking to MMA Fighting on the news, the Londoner already had..   Click here  to view the full article from MMA Fighting. 

Brad Pickett will return to action in front of his hometown supporters on Aug. 11 in London after signing a multi-fight deal with ACB. 

ACB confirmed the signing of the UK MMA legend with MMA Fighting on Thursday. 

“One Punch” bid an emotional farewell to fans when he retired from the sport at last year’s UFC London event after being stopped in the third round of his bantamweight clash with Marlon Vera. Vera’s win made it three consecutive defeats for Pickett after dropping a decision against Urijah Faber and being submitted by Yuri Alcantara. 

Pickett (25-14-0) will remain at bantamweight for his comeback fight, which marks ACB’s first event in the English capital. Speaking to MMA Fighting on the news, the Londoner already had..

Click here to view the full article from MMA Fighting. 

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