Chris ‘Lights Out’ Lytle (31-18-5) hands Dan ‘The Outlaw’ Hardy (23-10-1) his fourth straight loss in the Octagon via guillotine late in the final round. It was a boxing fight prior to the finish by Lytle as both men threw leather throughout the rounds.

Lytle prior to the bout announced that his intention is to retire following the match, regardless of the outcome. A Father and a firefighter tells Joe Rogan during the post-fight interview that “it is time to put has family before everything else.” Lytle retires with notable victories in the UFC over top fighters Dan Hardy, Matt Serra, Matt Brown, and Paul Taylor.