통계 및 기록
Wins by Knockout
Wins by Submission
First Round Finishes
- 중요 명중 타격
- 증요 시도 타격
- 테이크다운 명중
- 테이크다운 시도
- Sig. Str. Defense is the percentage of significant strikes attempted against a fighter that do not land.
- Takedown defense is the percentage of takedowns attempted against a fighter that do not land.
- Knockdown Avg. is the average number of knockdowns per 15 Minutes window.
포지션 별 중요 타격
시그. Str. 표적에 의해
Win by Method
- Pro since 2014
- Six wins by knockout, five by submission (2 guillotine, RNC, armbar, triangle)
- Three first round finishes
- Has won nine of his last 13
- Discovered on UFC show “Dana White: Lookin’ For A Fight”
- Had 4-2 amateur record
UFC 284 (2/11/23) Brown was submitted by Jack Della Maddalena via rear naked choke at 2:13 of the first round
UFC Fight Night (10/1/22) Brown won a three round unanimous decision over Francisco Trinaldo
UFC 274 (5/7/22) Brown won a three round unanimous decision over Khaos Williams
UFC Fight Night (10/9/21) Brown won a three round unanimous decision over Jared Gooden
UFC 261 (4/24/21) Brown submitted Alex Oliveira via rear naked choke at 2:50 of the first round
UFC Fight Night (8/1/20) Brown was knocked out by Vicente Luque at 4:56 of the second round
UFC Fight Night (11/16/19) Brown submitted Warlley Alves via triangle choke at 1:22 of the second round
UFC Fight Night (6/22/19) Brown stopped Bryan Barberena via strikes at 2:54 of the third round
UFC Fight Night (7/14/18) Brown was knocked out by Niko Price at 1:09 of the second round
UFC 217 (11/4/17) Brown won a three round unanimous decision over Mickey Gall
UFC 208 (2/11/17) Brown lost a three round unanimous decision to Belal Muhammad
UFC Fight Night (12/9/16) Brown stopped Brian Camozzi via strikes at 1:25 of the second round
UFC Fight Night (9/17/16) Brown submitted Erick Montano via guillotine choke at :18 of the third round
UFC on FOX (4/16/16) Brown was submitted by Michael Graves via rear naked choke at 2:31 of the second round
UFC on FOX (1/30/16) Brown won a three round unanimous decision over Matt Dwyer
TRAINING: A typical day of training consists of stand-up arts in the morning and grappling arts at night. But the arts vary day-by-day
When and why did you start training for fighting? I started fighting back in 2005 as a teen. I was just boxing up until I was about 19, when I discovered MMA. Fighting is in my blood. I had a pretty rough upbringing with tons of frustrations, so I guess that’s what led me to combat.
What ranks and titles have you held? I hold four amateur MMA titles, one pro ROC title, and a brown belt in BJJ.
Do you have any heroes? Anderson Silva
What does it mean for you to fight in the UFC? It means so much. This is where I’ve wanted to compete ever since I started the sport. Being here means that I’m headed in the right direction on the road to greatness.
Did you go to college and if so what degree did you earn? Yes, I went to college, but I stopped in order to train full-time.
What was your job before you started fighting? I had many different small time gigs. No real jobs, just small time gigs in order to pursue fighting.
Specific accomplishments in amateur competition? Dead Serious MMA welterweight Champion. I was the Ring of Combat amateur welterweight (168lb) and cruiserweight (175lb) Champion. XCC welterweight champion.
Specific accomplishments in pro competition? Ring of Combat welterweight champion.