Isaac Vallie-Flagg has been cut by the UFC after a 1-3 stint. | Dave Mandel/Sherdog.com
The UFC has parted ways with Isaac Vallie-Flagg and Charlie Brenneman.
Both fighters recently announced their release via Twitter.
After debuting in the Octagon with a split-decision triumph over Yves Edwards at UFC 156, Vallie-Flagg lost his last three outings with the Las Vegas-based promotion, dropping unanimous decisions to Elias Silverio, Takanori Gomi and Matt Wiman.
Brenneman, meanwhile, posted a 4-7 mark during two separate stints with the promotion. “The Spaniard” exits the UFC on a five-fight skid that began with a first-round submission loss to Erick Silva in June 2012. His most notable triumph came at UFC Live 4, where he outpointed Rick Story on short notice.
Was released fr @ufc today. Looking forward to starting the next chapter. Thx to my supporters!— Charlie Brenneman (@SpaniardMMA) December 30, 2014