Featherweight Steven Siler Released by the UFC After Three Consecutive Losses

October 17, 2014

After suffering three consecutive losses, the Ultimate Fighting Championship released featherweight Steven Siler from its roster. Siver broke the news on Thursday via Twitter and promised a future return.

Siler (23-13) made his way to the UFC through The Ultimate Fighter reality show. He appeared on the fourteenth season, Team Bisping vs. Team Miller. He won his way onto the cast, but was defeated by Diego Brandao in the elimination round.

The 27-year-old made his official promotional debut at The Ultimate Fighter 14 Finale in December 2011. He won his first three fights inside the Octagon and became known for his durability. He last competed at UFC on FOX 12 on July 26, losing a unanimous decision to Noad Lahat. It was Siver’s third-consecutive loss.

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