Jason MacDonald Retires from MMA
According to a Sportsnet report, MacDonald has informed the UFC of his decision on Thursday. MacDonald, who fights out of Red Deer, Alberta, finished his career with a 25-16 record and was 6-8 in 14 UFC bouts.
Few can forget JMac’s UFC debut where he submitted The Ultimate Fighter’s Ed Herman. In his first few UFC fights, MacDonald thrilled Canadian fans while becoming the TUF Killer beating Herman, Chris Leben, and Rory Singer. The Nova Scotia-born fighter went on to beat fighters such Joe Doerksen, Jason Lambert, and Ryan Jensen. He lost to Tom Lawlor in his last MMA fight.
MacDonald retires with the fifth most wins in the UFC by a Canadian (6), third in the number of UFC fights by a Canadian (14), and tied for first in submission wins in the UFC by a Canadian (4, w/ Mark Bocek).
Top MMA News would like to thank Jason MacDonald for all of his entertaining fights and contributions to the sport and wish him best of luck in his future endeavors.