Fabricio Werdum Open To Boxing After MMA On The Verge

Ever since his arrival in the 2021 Professional Fighter’s League (PFL) season, Fabricio Werdum (24-9-1) has been considered the Tom Brady of MMA.

Considered one of the greatest players in the history of American football, Brady announced his retirement from the NFL this offseason. However, he took retirement back in just over a month.

This move from Brady was said to be one of the most “out of the box” moments in the sport’s history. It’s unclear if Werdum ends up being on the same wavelength.

“Vai Cavalo” revealed that his days of competing in cages are likely to be over as he was omitted from the 2022 PFL Heavyweight roster.

“After 24 years of being in the ring, it is a very complicated time for me and my family. Even my wife continues to push me to close the chapter on my career, but I refuse,” Werdum revealed.

“However, it is likely that I won’t continue in MMA. It is difficult for me to stay in the USA for two to three months as I’ve been living in Brazil for almost a year now. If I am given a chance to do boxing, I will take it definitely.”

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