Everybody knew it was coming, but on Thursday UFC president Dana White made official the retirement of former UFC welterweight champion Matt Hughes.
UFC Hall of Famer Matt Hughes has officially retired from active competition and will now assume a role in the organization’s front office.
Matt Hughes recently talked about his new role in an interview with MMAWeekly.com's Ryan McKinnell, but of course, they also touched on Hughes' fight career and the "what ifs."
It's only been a couple months since UFC Hall of Famer Matt Hughes became a UFC executive, but already there have been plenty of situations that might eventually fall under his purview.
Matt Hughes will work as a liaison to help resolve potential conflicts between fighters and the UFC.
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