Niko Price’s exciting style is staying in the octagon.
The UFC welterweight announced Saturday that he signed a new four-fight contract with the promotion that he’s called home since December 2016.
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
Since making his UFC debut with a submission win over Brandon Thatch, “The Hybrid” has never gone to the scorecards. Most recently at UFC Tampa, Price picked up a first-round KO of James Vick, adding him to a list of conquests that includes Tim Means, Randy Brown, and Alan Jouban.
Price (14-3, 1 NC) has alternated wins and losses in his last five outings and owns a 6-3 (1 NC) UFC record overall. He was scheduled to fight Muslim Salikhov at UFC Portland on April 11, but that event was canceled in the midst of the coronavirus crisis.