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Mike Swick Announces He’s Retiring

UFC veteran Mike Swick has announced his retirement from the sport after his comeback at UFC 189 last weekend didn’t go according to plan, losing by unanimous decision to Alex Garcia. Swick had been returning to the Octagon after a two and a half year absence and had only fought three times in the past five years due to ongoing issues with his esophagus which had left him unable...
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July 17, 2015  |  Discuss

UFC Veteran Mike Swick Retires From MMA

On Thursday, UFC veteran Mike Swick (pictured) announced his retirement from mixed martial arts. “July 11th 2015 at UFC 189 was officially my final fight,” Swick posted on his official Facebook page. “I was healthy and injury free for the first time in 8 years but still couldn’t put my game together. There comes a time when every fighter realizes he is older and not what...
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July 16, 2015  |  Discuss

Matt Brown KO’s Mike Swick at ‘UFC on FOX 5′ (Video Highlight)

Mike Swick (Pictured) ended his 29-month hiatus in spectacular fashion by putting DaMarques Johnson to sleep with a vicious right hand at “UFC on FOX 4.” Unfortunately for “Quick,” his followup on primetime television didn’t work out as smoothly. On Saturday night, Swick found himself on the wrong end of a highlight reel knockout. Matt Brown was the man who put him down...
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December 09, 2012  |  Discuss

Mike Swick Signs Four-Fight Contract Extension with UFC

After a rocky 30-month stretch, Mike Swick (Pictured) finally has a few things to smile about regarding his mixed martial arts career. Just 23 days after putting DaMarques Johnson to sleep at “UFC on FOX 4,” Swick was rewarded with a four-fight contract extension to remain with the UFC. “Last thing I did before leaving for Philippines… Signed new 4 fight deal w/ @UFC! Fight...
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August 27, 2012  |  Discuss

UFC on FOX 4: Mike Swick KOs DaMarques Johnson (Video Highlight)

Mike Swick (Pictured) ended his 29-month hiatus in spectacular fashion on Saturday night. In fact, “Quick” couldn’t have dreamed of a better scenario in making his comeback. Swick, who had been sidelined with various illnesses and injuries, kicked off the FOX broadcast by putting DaMarques Johnson to sleep with a vicious right hand. Prior to the bout, Johnson guaranteed someone...
Via 5thRound.com
August 05, 2012  |  Discuss
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