"Well, I got cut from the UFC," wrote Bradley in the post.
Bradley had a very rough start to his UFC career, suffering back-to-back TKO stoppage losses in his first two bouts in the promotion against Chris Lytle at UFC 81 in February 2008 and Joe Lauzon at UFC Fight Night 15 in September 2008.
Things looked to be turning around though, as he picked up a win his third UFC fight by scoring a first round TKO win over Phillipe Nover at UFC 98 in May. Bradley looked to build off of his first win against Sam Stout at UFC Fight Night 19 in September, however, he was forced off of the event with an injury.
Bradley then suffered a unanimous decision loss in his fourth and final UFC appearance against Rafael dos Anjos at UFC Fight Night 20 on Jan. 11.
Prior to joining the UFC, Bradley competed for an array of smaller, regional promotions such as Freestyle Fighting Championships, Titan Fighting Championships, Revolution Fight Night and World Cage Fighting and Reality Combat Fighting.
Bradley has put together a 14-7 ( 1 NC) MMA record since turning pro in July 2003. The Team Voodoo fighter has finished all but one of his 14 career wins including nine by TKO or KO, four by submission and one by decision.