A recent loss to Michael McDonald has left Brad Pickett to ponder his fighting future at bantamweight.
Pickett, who has been taking a little time off as evidence by his Twitter posts, told “Beyond The Octagon” that he is thinking about a move to the flyweight division.
The 35-year-old British fighter has competed at lightweight, featherweight and bantamweight during his nine years in MMA. He is 23-8 in his career, including a 3-2 mark in his last five fights.
Pickett has been inside the cage with champions such as Renan Barao and Demetrious Johnson, and holds wins over the likes of Ivan Menjivar, Yves Jabouin and Mike Easton.