Jordan Mein (pictured) has become the second UFC fighter to retire within the last four days. Much like Frankie Perez, who is just 26, Mein hangs up his MMA gloves at 25, well before the prime of his career.
Mein’s retirement was announced on this week’s edition of “UFC Tonight.”
Mein started his mixed martial arts career at the age of 16. After notching 39 professional fights under his belt, he merely felt burnt out and decided to call it quits.
The talented welterweight owns a 29-10 record, winning three of his five fights in the UFC. “Young Gun” was last seen getting knocked out by Thiago Alves in January.
Michael Bisping probably thinks Mein doesn’t have the “cajones” to continue fighting…