Four more fighters are no longer a part of the UFC roster.
Almeida (22-5) exits the promotion on a four-fight losing streak, with losses to Sean O’Malley, Jonathan Martinez, Rob Font, and Jimmie Rivera. The Brazilian started his UFC career out on a four-fight win streak and got all the way up to No. 7 in the bantamweight top 15 rankings. Almeida is a five-time Performance of the Night winner, with one of those being Fight of the Night in his UFC debut.
Rodriguez (11-7-1) went 2-5-1 in the UFC and leaves on a three-fight losing streak. His second fight of 2020 with Ed Herman was surrounded in controversy. Rodriguez was on his way to a TKO win when he hit Herman with a legal knee; however, the referee stepped in and called it a low blow. Herman would milk the time and mount a comeback in the third round, submitted Rodriguez.
Alpar (9-6) went winless in the promotion losing to Jessica Rose-Clark in her UFC debut and most recently losing to Erin Blanchfield. Alpar made waves earlier this year when she started a GoFundMe to pay for her training camp, with Youtuber Jake Paul contributing.
Arroyo (9-5) also went winless in the promotion losing three straight to Andre Muniz, Deron Winn, and most recently to Joaquin Buckley.