Felder Misses Competing, Considering Coming Out Of Retirement


Paul Felder is pondering of ending his retirement to struggle once more.

Again on the finish of Might on a UFC commentator as he was working as a commentator, Felder introduced his retirement from the game. It wasn’t a shock to many as he hinted at retirement following his February 2020 loss to Dan Hooker, and talked about it after the Rafael dos Anjos struggle as properly.

Now, nevertheless, as he’s solely 4 months into retirement, Felder is hinting at a return as he’s getting the itch once more.

“Honestly, for the primary time in a really very long time since retirement, I really feel like because the triathlon season has slowed and there’s not a number of races, that I’ve actually type of had an opportunity to mirror on that it’s over, that I’m not preventing anymore,” Felder mentioned to Brendan Fitzgerald after the Contender Collection (h/t BJPENN). “I’ve missed it tremendously. I’ve began hitting pads, I’ve began doing stuff. Now, that’s to not say that I’m making some comeback. However I’m undoubtedly going dwelling, I need to prepare with Sean Brady and the blokes somewhat bit. I need to see how I really feel after every week of coaching with guys like Sean Brady, Jeremiah Wells, Pat Sabatini, and Andrei Petroski — these guys which are all Philly guys within the UFC now — kicking my ass, after which we’ll go from there.”

Whether or not or not Felder will really make a comeback is to be seen. However, he can be again within the coaching room and is little question getting the itch to return.

Paul Felder (17-6) is on a two-fight shedding streak and final fought in November of 2020 as he stepped up on 5 days’ discover to face Rafael dos Anjos. He misplaced the struggle by break up resolution after dropping a break up resolution to Dan Hooker in New Zealand in a hard-fought battle. “The Irish Dragon” was a top-10 light-weight and holds notable wins over Charles Oliveira, Edson Barboza, James Vick, and Stevie Ray amongst others.

Would you wish to see Paul Felder struggle once more?

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