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French MMA Prospect Tom Duquesnoy Retires From MMA, Dedicates Himself to New Path of Teaching Martial Arts

International MMA champion and UFC contender, France’s Tom Duquesnoy, has announced his retirement from MMA competition, expressing passion for a new path of teaching MMA and the spiritual aspects of martial arts.

The 25-year-old was recruited to the UFC bantamweight division in 2017 after making a name for himself in Europe as one of the top contenders outside of the world’s premier MMA organisation.

Duquesnoy was a two-weight world champion when competing for British based promotion, BAMMA, with an undefeated streak spanning showcase bouts across the UK and Ireland over a period of four years, picking up the featherweight and bantamweight titles along the way.

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