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Keith Jardine’s Story Is Only ‘Half-Written’

Last week I was let go by the UFC. I was sad to get the news but it was expected. I’ve always been proud to be a UFC fighter and they have been real good to me. I can’t help but to feel a bit like I’m losing a family… As for now, I’m more motivated than ever. I’m going to take a vacation for a week then get back to work. Already, there are a lot of offers for fights coming I’m. Some are exciting. Starting over doesn’t sound so bad to me. Although my career is at a crossroads my story is only half written. I have a lot of fight left in me and I continue to improve with every fight. Anyway, I’m best when the chips are stacked against me and I will make it to the top. Thanks to all of my fans.

—Keith Jardine, via, talking about his release from the UFC

A few wins in the regional circuit and I bet we see Keith Jardine back in the UFC before most know he’s even gone.

Image via Sherdog

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