Bart Palaszewski has announced his retirement from MMA, effective immediately. Palaszewski last fought in 2013, falling to Cole Miller.

Palaszewski (36-17) dropped his last three fights overall, posting a 1-3 record inside the Octagon after coming over from the WEC.

Back in 2009, Palaszewski earned the biggest victory of his career, scoring a split decision over Anthony Pettis – the current UFC lightweight champion.

Other notables opponents of Palaszewski include Tyson Griffin, Ricardo Lamas, Jim Miller and Ivan Menjivar.

A career spanning 11 years, Palaszewski was a two-time bonus winner in the UFC, scoring both “Knockout of the Night” and “Fight of the Night” honors once each.

Cole Miller reached out to Palaszewski via Twitter, writing, “Congrats on a GREAT career! I was always a fan of it.”