UFC twinkling star Dustin Poirier, who was rumored to be retiring after his upcoming UFC 269 on December 11. Dustin Poirier himself denied that he was retiring. He expressed it like this: 'No, I'm 32 years old, man. I'm feeling good. You see the way I'm getting out of here today. I'm feeling good. I'm having fun If anything, I'll go upstairs. I'll probably go to 170, if anything, "Poyer told MMA Jenny. Dustin Poirier will face 155-pound champion Charles Oliveira in the main event of UFC 269 on December 11, 2021. Poirier is on the cusp of two major TKO wins against Conor McGregor, which he earned earlier this year. The American star has revealed that if Dustin Poirier beats UFC lightweight champion Charles Oliveira in UFC 269, he is trying to reach the welterweight division. Diamond is the Buckeyes' favorite to win UFC Gold next month, marking the culmination of a decade-long career with the UFC. Poirier has been on the record several times, typically running between 180 and 190 pounds, while 156 pounds is much more than the light weight limit. And since this is a title fight, Poirier will have to lift 155 pounds in the championship. Now let's look at Diamond's career. He started his UFC career as a featherweight, battling 145 pounds from 2011 until he became lighter in 2015. Undoubtedly, the move worked for Poirier, who boasts an unrivaled 11-2 record. Eight of the victories have come through stoppages, and he has won over several former UFC champions, including former lightweight champion Eddie Alvarez, Anthony Petes and Connor McGregor, as well as then-Featherweight champion Max. Holloway included. Poirier won the interim light belt by defeating Holloway in April 2019, but failed to combine it successfully, losing to Khabib Nurmagomedov in his next bout. Diamond has a professional MMA record of 28-6 with no competition, including 14 wins by KO / TKO and seven wins by submission. Poirier is a South Pow striker who can do all this inside Octagon. He is regarded as a very well-mixed martial artist and is currently ranked No. 5 on the UFC's Pound for Pound list. Interestingly, The Diamond is ranked higher than Oliveira, who is ranked eighth. According to the UFC, Dustin Poir has a significant striking accuracy of 50% and a significant striking defense of 54%. The question arises as to whether he will actually be able to achieve 170.?