Martin Kampmann officially retires from Mixed Martial Arts

Martin “The Hitman” Kampmann has decided to call is a career at age 33.

Kampmann retires with a 20-7 record, with eight knockouts and seven submissions. He holds victories over the likes of Rick Story, Paulo Thigo, Drew McFedries, Jake Ellenberger, Thales Leites and Carlos Condit. Kampmann has also competed with the likes of Diego Sanchez, Nate Marquardt, Jake Shields, Paul Daley and Johny Hendricks across the span of his 12-year career.

Kampmann last competed in the main event of UFC Fight Night 27 in 2013 against Carlos Condit where he succumbed to strikes in the fourth round.

Kampmann won 2 Fight of the Night awards, 1 Knockout of the Night award, and 2 Submission of the night awards. All of which highlight his well-rounded skill set that he was most known for as he was a practictioner of Karate, Submission Wrestling, Wrestling, Muay Thai, and Boxing.

Kmapmann will continue to coach and hold seminars and we at MMAOutsiders wish him farewell and good luck in future endeavors and thank you for the memories.

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