"Yeah, I think this was it. Sam brings the best out of me, it was a good way to end the trilogy, and if I did come back, it would be at 145-pounds. I'm too small for 155-pounds. If the right fight came along, I would come back."
Spencer Fisher tells the UFC on FUEL TV post-show that he's retiring from mixed martial arts (MMA) following his unanimous decision loss to Sam Stout at last night's (Fri., June 22, 2012) UFC on FX 4: "Maynard vs. Guida" event in Atlantic City, New Jersey. "The King" fought valiantly, going toe-to-toe with "Hands of Stone" to complete their trilogy and send Fisher off into retirement with one last great fight. Of course, this being MMA, he says he could be lured back with the right fight at 145-pounds. And with the featherweight division sorely lacking contenders, don't be surprised if that's exactly what happens.