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FILE - In this Nov. 2, 2018, file photo, Jon Jones, left, pushes Alexander Gustafsson out of the way during a news conference about their light heavyweight bout at Madison Square Garden in New York. UFC 232 is on track to sell out the Forum in Inglewood just six days after the end-of-the-year show was moved from Las Vegas to Southern California. That is a testament to the quality of a card headlined by Jones' return to the UFC against Gustafsson. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez, File)

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Former UFC lightweight champion BJ Penn has tapped out for the first time in his 17-year mixed martial arts career.

Penn lost to Ryan Hall in the first round at UFC 232 on Saturday night, dropping the Hall of Famer to 0-6-1 in his last seven fights since 2010.

Penn tapped instantly after getting caught in a heel hook by Hall, a Brazilian jiu-jitsu specialist.

Penn (16-13-2) is an MMA pioneer once considered the greatest pound-for-pound fighter in his sport’s history. But the Hawaii-born star turned 40 this month, and he hasn’t won a bout since November 2010.

Although Penn was considered the sport’s best boxer in his prime, he had never been submitted in any of his previous losses. He had lost eight decisions and been stopped four times.