After beginning his fighting career in 2005, Greg Rebello looks to have written the final chapter of his in-competition story Friday night in the co-main event of CES 60.
“Ribz” successfully defended his CES heavyweight title with a second round TKO finish of Jordan Mitchell at Twin River Casino in Lincoln, RI. After the win, Rebello announced that it was his final fight with CES and didn’t seem to full-on announce his retirement 100 percent.
Rebello spoke to members of the media, including MyMMANews.com following the event to clarify that he plans on being done competing in the sport of MMA, transitioning into coaching more, his two favorite moments in his career in the sport — both of which don’t include him competing — his legacy in the sport, his favorite moment as a fighter himself, why he believes Tom Brady won’t be a New England Patriot next season and more.
Check out the full conversation with Greg Rebello following his TKO win Friday night at CES 60 in the video above.