Dustin Pague has been released by the UFC. The Ultimate Fighter 14 alum confirmed the decision on Twitter recently.

“For those of you who don’t know, I was released from the UFC,” Pague wrote. “I’m ready to work hard, get some wins together and re-sign with them.”

Pague has already secured a fight on the regional circuit, agreeing to compete July 12 with Victorium.

He joined the UFC in 2011 after competing on TUF 14, falling to John Albert. Pague (11-9) earned his one and only Octagon victory when he submitted Jared Papzian in 2012, losing by decision to Ken Stone, Chico Camus and Yves Jabouin.

Last October, he was finished by Kyoji Horiguchi in the second round at UFC 166.