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Irish Fighter Cut From UFC Roster After Just Two Bouts

Irish Fighter Cut From UFC Roster After Just Two Bouts
By PJ Browne Updated

Paul Redmond has been cut by the UFC. The Dubliner fought just twice for the promotion.

Redmond made his UFC debut in January when taking a fight against at two weeks' notice against Mirsad Bektic.

Normally a lightweight, Redmond unsuccessfully attempted to make the cut to featherweight, weighing in three pounds over the limit. He would forfeit part of his purse as a result and also lose the fight by unanimous decision.

His second fight was also a defeat, this time to Robert Whiteford at Fight Night Glasgow in July. That loss came by KO three minutes into the first round.

Overall, the 29-year-old is 10-6 in his MMA career.

He tweeted earlier regarding the UFC's decision.

Picture credit: David Fogarty / SPORTSFILE

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