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Veteran Canadian lightweight Mark Bocek, who used to school the UFCs ownership in Brazilian jiu-jitsu, has retired from mixed martial arts fighting. The 32-year-old from Woodbrige, Ont., made his UFC debut in June 2007 when he lost to Frankie (The Answer) Edgar. Bocek (12-5) went to compile an 8-5 record in the UFC. He exits on a win, beating Mike De La Torre via split decision in Quebec City in April in his first fight since November 2012 due to injury. He announced his retirement via Twitter. "Im retiring from pro mma. I would like to thank everyone who has helped me and supported me throughout this journey. Onto the next chapter," he wrote. Boceks career included fights against two future champions in Edgar and Benson Henderson, who won a decision over the Canadian at UFC 129. Bocek won three of his last four UFC fights, never lost two in a row and finished with a 7-3 record on Canadian soil. 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