Noke took on Omari Akhmedov last night, and lost the fight via unanimous decision. Heading into the card, Noke was coming off back-to-back losses.
After the Melbourne event, Noke tweeted out the following announcement:
Thank you to the @ufc and all the fans. It's time to hang up the gloves. Ive had a blessed life doing what I love. I Wouldn't change a thing
— Kyle Noke (@KyleNoke) November 27, 2016
So, Noke closes the book on his fighting career at the age of 36, and with a record of 22-10-1. “KO” made his pro debut way back in 2002, and joined the UFC in 2010.