http://link.brightcove.com/services/player/bcpid4621179066001?bckey=AQ~~,AAAABvaL8JE~,ufBHq_I6FnxR-PQW_F3sm5QdUbP7D6E9&bctid=5509654934001 Filed under: Featured Videos , News , UFC , Videos SCOTLAND – After 29 professional MMA bouts, Neil Seery now heads into what might just be his toughest fight yet. On Sunday Seery (16-13 MMA, 3-4 UFC) walked into the octagon at SSE Hydro in Glasgow, Scotland, in what he’d already announced was to be the last fight of his 12-year-long career. The parting note may not have been ideal – Seery succumbed to a third-round submission by Alexandre Pantoja (18-2 MMA, 2-0 UFC) – but the decision to call it quits remains. Related UFC Fight Night 113 results: Alexandre Pantoja gets tap to spoil Neil Seery's retirement fight But while his days of fighting inside a cage may be over, Seery is gearing up to deal with a different type of opponent. And it’s one that he’s by no means taking lightly. “I truly believe that every fighter has the biggest fight of their career coming up,” Seery said after the FS1-televised flyweight scrap. “The biggest fight ever is the retirement part.