Alan Jouban

Alan Jouban Announces Retirement from MMA on Twitter

Late Monday night, Alan Jouban announced his retirement from MMA. The now 39-year-old former fighter made the announcement via Twitter. In the Tweet thread, Jouban expressed his reason for retirement as “injuries, age, and life have shown me that it’s time. If I can’t compete to my fullest, then I won’t.”

He also expressed his love for the sport, family, and fans and mentioned he wouldn’t change a thing.

Jouban is coming off a unanimous decision victory over Jared Gooden at UFC 255 on November 21, 2020. This victory improved his record to 17-7 in his career.

Jouban has notable victories over Mike Perry, Belal Muhammad, and Ben Saunders. The Black House welterweight entered the UFC in 2014 with a Knockout over Seth Baczynski. He went on to fight 13 fights under the UFC banner.

The UFC veteran mentioned “So I’ll focus my time now on broadcasting where I can still share my passion and knowledge for the sport with everyone at home. Thank you to everyone for all the love over the years. I look forward to becoming a staple in the sport from this end now aswell.”

Thank you for the memories Alan Jouban.  Best luck in retirement.

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