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Chris Lytle Would Make UFC Return If Asked

Chris Lytle will be retired come two years in August. The welterweight always said he would take another fight if the UFC was in need of a late minute replacement.

“I can’t say it’s always closed,” said Lytle to “There’s a couple guys I do want to fight on short notice because I wouldn’t have to spend all that time away from my family and, like I said, I’m still training some, I still feel like I’m in good shape right now.”

The holder of a UFC record six Fight of the Night honors feels he could last 15 minutes as he keeps up his physical condition.

Lytle retired with a 35-18-5 record. He was 5-1 in his final outing, losing to Brian Ebersole.