Veteran Francisco Trinaldo Leaves UFC
According to reports, Francisco Trinaldo, a veteran of mixed martial arts, has left the Ultimate Fighting Championship.
In the UFC, a lot of MMA veterans have come and gone. The top athletes in all weight classes have competed for the promotion, which is the industry leader. That much has always been clear, and many of our favorites will keep going until the tires come off in the future.
However, Francisco Trinaldo is one person who kept a high level even after turning 44.
In the UFC, the fan favorite appeared to defy all reasoning. In his final years, he didn’t seem to weaken but, if it’s even conceivable, grew stronger.
After his most recent performance, a tweet from UFC Roster Watch claimed that the Brazilian has left the organization.
According to certain rumors, he decided against signing a new deal. But in any case, he has left a very incredible legacy.
Trinaldo, who has a record of 5-2 in his previous seven fights, fought hard until the bitter end. Unfortunately, he lost his most recent contest against Randy Brown by decision back in October.
He defeated Paul Felder by technical knockout in September 2016, which is debatably his most stunning victory in the UFC to date. At that point, it appeared as though he may be headed for something significant, but his following match saw him lose to Kevin Lee.
His victory over Jai Herbert in 2020 may have been his most enduring knockout, and it was the catalyst for the infamous brawl between Dan Hardy and Herb Dean.