Niko Price has signed a new four-fight deal with the Ultimate Fighting Championship.
The welterweight competitor announced the news via Twitter on Saturday. Price was scheduled to face Muslim Salikhov at UFC Fight Night 172 on April 11, but the event was postponed due to coronavirus concerns.
“I’m so blessed and thankful for the [UFC],” Price wrote. “I’ll be sure to keep it entertaining for you guys.”
BREAKING NEWS!!! I forgot to mention I signed a new 4 fight contract I’m so blessed and thankful for the @ufc ! I’ll be sure to keep it entertaining for you guys! #ufc #newcontract #LetsGo #glorytogod— Niko Price (@Nikohybridprice) March 21, 2020
Price has delivered nothing bout entertaining thus far during his promotional tenure, compiling a 6-3 record with on no contest in UFC competition while finishing all of his victories via knockout, technical knockout or submission.
“The Hybrid” is coming off an upkick KO victory against James Vick at UFC Fight Night 161 this past October. The 30-year-old has also bested the likes of Tim Means, Randy Brown and Alan Jouban in the Octagon. Price is 14-3 with one no contest over the course of his pro career, and only one of his fights has gone the distance.
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