Following his UFC 106 loss to heavy underdog Brian Foster, welterweight Brock Larson will now be looking for a new promotion in which to showcase his skills. The Veteran fighter confirmed with MMAJunkie that he was cut by organization following the November 21 loss.
Larson has gone 3-3 in his UFC career, and 2-2 most recently after being brought in from the WEC following the dissolution of their welterweight division. Larson started off his most recent UFC stint with consecutive wins over Jesse Sanders and Mike Pyle. However, he lost his next to fights against Mike Pierce and on Saturday Brian Foster. Following precedent, the UFC cut the fighter following his two consecutive losses.
In speaking with MMAJunkie, Larson blamed a lack of motivation due to being scheduled in undercard fights for his recent lackluster performances.