A 36-year-old Minnesota native announced his retirement via Instagram on Sunday, pointing out ongoing vision problems as the reason behind his decision.Lenz who made the split decision
Movsar Evloev At UFC257 on Saturday
Take dangerous corrective action After losing to and being struck by the eyes Arnold Allen last year.
“They say they don’t rush to make a decision after a loss, but this isn’t hurry, and it’s not quick about that. The injury I saw last year was a career ender,” Lenz wrote. I am. “I lost about 40% of my eyesight in total, but I wanted to see what another fierce battle would look like with my new eyes. It was no longer possible for me to compete at this level last night. It was clear that there was. I couldn’t fix it to a moving target, and 40% of my eyesight was virtually gone … at least chaotic.
“My life as a fighter in the best organization on the planet ends here,” he continued. “I will not be sad or upset by it. The day will come for everyone. I stand high. God is my Redeemer, my children and my wife are my treasures. The battle only gives those treasures and asks for a little vision as a payment. It’s a deal I make with 100% chance. “
On Saturday, Lenz was consistently struck by Efroev, but thanks to the number of guillotine choke attempts, things could be interesting to the judge’s eyes. Lenz ends his tenure after losing three games in a row in the world’s largest mixed martial arts promotion.
“The Carny” became 30-12-2 in a professional career that began in 2005. He became 14-9-1 in the UFC competition and Tyson Griffin, Diego Nunes, Manny Gamburyan, Danny Castillo, Will Brooks
And Gray MaynardTo give a few examples.
“Thanks to my fans, my coach, my family, and everyone who participated in this process,” Lenz wrote. “No one knows what comes after’Kearney’, but I can tell you that’s not the case.”
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Nik Lentz announces retirement after defeat of UFC257 due to poor eyesight
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