UFC has released 9 fighters from its roster. This includes KB Bhullar, Anthony Birchak, Yorgan De Castro, Aalon Cruz, Bartosz Fabinski, Jordan Griffin, Justine Kish, Oskar Piechota and Luke Sanders.

Out of all the fighters, Sanders and Kish had the most UFC experience. Sanders has a 3-5 record, competing primarily in the promotion’s bantamweight division while Kish compiled a 3-4 record competing at 125 pounds.

Oskar Piechota received a 22-month USADA suspension apart from being released from the UFC roster. His suspension will last until July 2022. He failed a drug test and tested positive for the growth hormone GHRP-2 which led to his suspension by the USADA.

Bhullar and Cruz were not able to secure a win in their two UFC appearances whereas Griffin holds a 1-4 record in his last five UFC appearances.

Fabinski and Birchak both competed six times for the UFC, with Fabinski holding a record of 3-3 while Birchak holds a record of 2-4.

De Castro who is a 2019 Contender Series veteran held a recors of 1-3 in the UFC’S heavyweight division.

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