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 BJPENN.com. “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.