Juan Adams announces UFC release following loss to Justin Tafa

Juan Adams announced that’s he’s been handed his walking papers after four fights with the UFC.

The heavyweight earned a UFC contract on Dana White’s Contender Series in 2018, with a first-round finish over Shawn Teed.

After a successful promotional debut, taking out Chris de la Rocha, Adams (5-3 MMA, 1-3 UFC) would face a string of unfortunate results, dropping his next three in a row to Arjan Bhullar, Greg Hardy, and, most recently, a TKO loss to Justin Tafa at this past weekend’s UFC 247.

Adams took to Twitter to announce the news of his UFC release.

“Spoke with the manager and I’m not in the ufc anymore. As easy as it would be to give up, I’m going to keep going. I made the changes too late and now I have to pay for that but I have the right pieces in place now. I will continue Hoping and working for the best moving forward.”

Adams exits the UFC with a 1-3 record, with his most recent loss coming in his hometown of Houston.

View full post on MMA Junkie

, , , , , , ,

Comments are closed.

© 1992-2020 DC2NET™, Inc. All Rights Reserved