It's been a good year so far for UFC welterweight Matt Brown, but he needs some time off.
He's done three camps back-to-back and is looking forward to getting out of the gym after he takes on Luis Ramos tonight at UFC on FX 4.
But he has a reason to cram all that work into six months: He's getting married.
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Matt Brown thought for sure there would be time to relax. After all, with Jordan Mein in the rear-view mirror, certainly he could expect a short break. Then the phone rang. read news >>
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ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. - It looked at first as though Matt Brown had bitten off more than he could chew with three back-to-back fights.
But after a flat first round against Luis Ramos, Brown, who took the fight on short notice, took control and earned an impressive second-round TKO victory.
The fight served on the FUEL TV-televised prelims of UFC on FX 4, which took place at Revel Atlantic City in New Jersey.
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UFC welterweight Matt Brown is being accused of assault by his BJJ coach. UFC welterweight Matt Brown is set to fight Johny Hendricks at UFC 185, this March, in Dallas, Texas. But, Brown may be in some hot water right now, for a getting into a fight outside the cage. At least if the allegations leveled against him prove to be true. Recently, a dispute between Brown and his Brazilian Jiu Jitsu coach, Rodrigo Botti, made its way onto the two men's Facebook pages, with Botti claiming that Brown ass read news >>
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