Brian Stann at UFC on Fuel TV 2Brian Stann said he had been working on his striking, particularly his Muay Thai, heading into Saturday’s UFC on Fuel TV 2 fight against Alessio Sakara in Stockholm, Sweden.

He put his money where his mouth was, knocking Sakara out in just over two minutes.

UFC broadcasters Mike Goldberg and Kenny Florian breakdown Stann’s victory, and talk about his rebound after losing to Chael Sonnen at UFC 136

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