UFC bantamweight, Brad Pickett seems to be inspired by his last opponent, Urijah Faber, who retired following their UFC Sacramento bout, and has announced that his bout with Enrique Briones in London this March will be his final fight. Pickett, a longtime favorite of UFC President Dana White, has lost his last two Octagon appearances, but is looking to go out on a high note.
#BradPickett made his pro debut in 2004 where he defeated his opponent in just 17 seconds at Cage Rage 9. He would later go on to become the Cage Rage British Featherweight Championship.
In 2009 Pickett would become the Ultimate Challenge UK Featherweight champion when he defeated David Lee via first round submission. He would go on to make his WEC debut later that same year where he defeated Kyle Dietz via second round finish to win Submission of the Night. This was also his first bout in the bantamweight division.
Pickett has fought in the flyweight, bantamweight, featherweight and lightweight divisions.
Pickett made his UFC debut in 2011 at UFC 138. He would lose to Renan Barão, but followed up the fight with two UFC wins. He went 5-8 in the UFC and 25-13 overall.