Former UFC fighter Brad Pickett is all set to come out of retirement as he has signed a new deal with ACB. This comes just over a year after he announced his retirement from the sport.
The news was announced by the promotion on Thursday and Pickett also provided a statement on the matter.
“I’m delighted and excited to sign with ACB. They’re a great organization doing exciting things within the sport. I retired as I had fell out of love with the sport. My health and body are great and coaching the fighters at the gym has given me a desire to return. I’m back! Anyone who fights me, will know that you’re in a fight for sure!,” he said via a press release.
Pickett is expected to make his ACB debut on August 11 in London. The 39-year-old comes with plenty of experience in the cage and holds a record of 25-14.