Kai Karar (5-6) fought his last MMA bout Saturday night in Pori, Finland at West Coast Rumble. Shortly after losing by a guillotine choke in the second round against Russian based Kishvar Khudoerov (5-5), the Finn announced his retirement. The MMA 300 fighter had a total of 11 fights in his pro MMA career, winning 5 and losing 6. The 39-year-old welterweight turned pro in 2012 and fought for such promotions as StandUpWar, Karkkila Fight Night, Cage Challenger, and FNF. MMAViking’s Jarno Juutinen was cageside to capture the fight.