UFC Flyweight Jimmy “The Brick” Flicks abruptly retires!
Jimmy “The Brick” Flick had a standout performance last on year on Dana White’s Contender Series. After that, Jimmy Brick won his UFC debut with a beautiful flying Armbar on ultra game Cody Durden. The 30 year old is riding a four fight winning streak and is booked next month to face The flyweight king Deiveson Figueiredo’s brother Francisco. However, it seems all of this is behind the high end fighter. Saturday night at FCF 61 in his hometown Tulsa, Oklahoma Jimmy Flick took the microphone and told the world he is retiring from the sport of MMA.
Jimmy Flick had a professional record of 16-5 bouncing from flyweight to bantamweight. Over the last year and a half Jimmy found his groove and was looking like a UFC Flyweight Contender. In the middle of the octagon, Jimmy told the world “he does not want to be a Conor McGregor or Demetrius Johnson”. Jimmy was thorough that he wants to spend more time with his wife, girls and hunt more. I have interviewed Jimmy Flick multiple times and felt he could have went all the way to the top of the UFC flyweight division. Jimmy “The Brick” Flick a true champion inside & outside of the octagon, retires from competition at the age of 30.