Stephan Bonnar retiring from MMA


According to UFC President Dana White, following his last fight at UFC 153 in Brazil, Bonnar has decided to call it a career.

Speaking to fans during a Metro PCS chat, White revealed that the former Ultimate Fighter season 1 finalist has decided to retire after his loss to Anderson Silva in October.

“Yes, Bonnar will be retiring now,” said White.

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thatsme site profile image  

11/1/12 12:06 AM by thatsme

Damn first Silva made a devastaed Forrest run out of the arena. Now he makes Bonnar retire. Silva is the real deal, like Holyfield.

cool hand Ed site profile image  

10/31/12 2:31 PM by cool hand Ed

Awesome fighter! Bonnar, if you read this, thank you for all the memories.

chawkins site profile image  

10/31/12 2:16 PM by chawkins

I hope Dana broke him off a big fat retirement bonus to finish things off.

MountainMedic site profile image  

10/31/12 2:12 PM by MountainMedic

Tough as they come!Thanks for all great fights, won ir lost you always carried yourself well. Respect.

Doc T site profile image  

10/31/12 2:09 PM by Doc T

All the respect in the world to Stephan.

Erik Tracey site profile image  

10/31/12 1:51 PM by Erik Tracey

Those feels.....

Morgz site profile image  

10/31/12 1:38 PM by Morgz

Stephan Bonnar:  THANKS FOR DOIN IT!!!!   Morgz

Submissable site profile image  

10/31/12 1:25 PM by Submissable

I hope he goes into commentating and more importantly I hope they keep doing those segments with him and Forrest shooting the shit about MMA and life.       Thanks for all the fights Stephan!

twodragunns site profile image  

10/31/12 1:16 PM by twodragunns

Thanks for all you've done for the sport and it's fans Stephen, you're a true warrior and an inspiration to many future mma fighters. You'll be sorely missed in the octagon, but alas we can all look forward to your next career rocking the mic with your stellar fight analysis. You were and will always be one of my personal favorite octagon warriors.

Bam57Bam site profile image  

10/31/12 1:09 PM by Bam57Bam

This sucks balls!One of my favorites to watch fight. Good luck on your retirement Bonner. I think he will be just fine financially.