Jordan Mein retires from MMA, ends with 29-10 record

source | MMAJunkie.com

It appears that retirement from the UFC at a young age is becoming a bit of a trend. Frankie Perez retired at the age of 26 following his first ever UFC victory at UFC Fight Night 74 and now Jordan Mein has hung up his gloves at the young age of 25.

The news was announced by Ariel Helwani during UFC Tonight.

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Jordan Mein has chosen to retire from being a pro MMA fighter. He ends his career with a 29-10 record.

Mein (29-10 MMA, 3-2 UFC) may only be 25 years old, but he’s a well-traveled veteran of the sport with 39 professional bouts and a career that began on June 17, 2006.

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