A couple of UFC legends decided to call it a career last week as Joseph Benavidez and Carlos Condit announced their retirements from MMA. Benavidez closes out his career with a 28-8 overall record and 20-8 in UFC/WEC competition, while Condit ended 32-14 overall and 14-10 in the UFC/WEC. Between them, only one claimed major gold. Condit was a WEC welterweight champion with three title defenses before the promotion was absorbed by the UFC, where he claimed an interim title by beating Nick Diaz in February 2012 before losing an undisputed title fight to Georges St-Pierre by unanimous decision later that year. Benavidez, meanwhile, fell short five times of reaching the top. He first lost a WEC bantamweight title fight against Dominick Cruz in 2010.
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