Bill Brady has resigned from his post with the Nevada Athletic Commission, according to a Friday report from the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
Brady was appointed to the commission in 2007 and was re-appointed again in both 2010 and 2013. His resignation is effective immediately. He served on the NAC’s five-person panel along with Francisco Aguilar, Skip Avasino, Pat Lundvall and Anthony Marnell.
Brady revealed his decision in a letter to Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval, which was obtained by the Review-Journal.
“To all things in life there is a season, and I believe my season on the Nevada Athletic Commission must now come to an end so that another exciting season may begin,” Brady wrote.
“I have a profound respect and love for the fighters, judges, referees, staff and those associated with the fight world in Nevada and beyond,” he continued. “It has been an honor of a lifetime for me to serve on the NAC. I have given my very best to the Commission for over seven years now and I believe I have contributed in a positive way during that time.”
The next major mixed martial arts event scheduled for Nevada is UFC 187, which takes place at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on May 23.