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The veteran Australian fighter suffered a tough unanimous decision loss to Omari Akhmedov on his home soil and announced his retirement from mixed martial arts afterwards on Twitter. true Thank you to the @ufc and all the fans. It’s time to hang up the gloves. Ive had a blessed life doing what I love. I Wouldn’t change a thing Kyle Noke (@KyleNoke) November 27, 2016 It was a heartbreaking loss for Noke, who looked to get back on track while competing in front of his home country crowd in Australia. Instead, Noke suffered his third straight defeat before making the decision to call it a career following his 33rd professional fight. Noke was one of the first fighters to truly make it big coming out of Australia when he made his U.S. debut in 2007 with a knockout win over Seth Kleinbeck in Elite XC. Training out of the Jackson-Winkeljohn camp in New Mexico, Noke continued to develop as a top middleweight, eventually making his way to the UFC by way of “The Ultimate Fighter”. In 2012, Noke moved down to 170 pounds where he made a spectacular debut with a vicious first-round knockout over Charlie Brenneman.
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