UFC legend Donald Cerrone (36-17) has officially retired from MMA after losing at UFC 276 against Jim Miller. Cerrone fought Miller to determine who will be the fighter with the most wins in the history of the UFC, as they were tied at 23 heading into the fight.

A future Hall of Famer said to commentator Joe Rogan:

“Thank you Las Vegas. I’m glad my boys were here tonight,” said Cerrone after the fight, I don’t love it anymore Joe. It’s hard for me to get up and… this is the longest fight camp I’ve had in a long time, I’m not complaining to anybody, I just don’t love it anymore. I’m going to be a movie star, baby. It’s time to bow out. I’ve got to know when. This was the perfect event, man – a sold-out crowd in Las Vegas, talking to you. I’ve got my boys. It was one hell of a career, man. Hopefully one day, I’m in the Hall of Fame. Thank you so much, UFC.”