Elias Theodorou, a previous UFC warrior and champ of "A definitive Contender Countries," kicked the bucket Sunday at age 34.
Theodorou had been doing combating stage 4 liver disease, however he had not uncovered that data openly.
Theodorou sent off himself onto the world stage in 2014, overcoming Sheldon Westcott by technical knockout to win his time of "A definitive Warrior.
The Canadian middleweight would proceed to order a 8-3 record in the Octagon, never losing consecutive battles and just enduring losses to long-term competitors Thiago Santos, Brad Tavares and Derek Brunson.
After the Brunson misfortune in May 2019, the UFC set Theodorou free from his agreement.
He would battle three additional times outside the advancement, winning every one of the three sessions.
His last battle came in December 2021 when he crushed previous WEC and Bellator warrior Bryan Dough puncher.
Theodorou was likewise known for a few exercises out of the enclosure.