Travis Browne fight analysis against Bigfoot Silva

Posted: July 30, 2012 in Uncategorized

The MMA Movement

Just a few days following his removal from the main card for UFC On FOX 4 due to his original opponent withdrawing due to injury, unbeaten rising contender Travis “Hapa” Browne (13-0-1) will now headline UFC On FX 5 against former EliteXC champion Antonio “Bigfoot” Silva (16-4-0). Browne will come into the bout officially unbeaten as a professional with his last five bouts coming inside the octagon going 4-0-1 with his most recent victory coming by way of Rnd1 Submission over debuting Strikeforce standout Chad Griggs. Silva will come into the bout on a two fight losing streak that includes losing in the Strikeforce Heavyweight Grand Prix semifinals and most recently his UFC debut by way of Rnd1 TKO to former division champion Cain Velasquez.

Entering his UFC career with an unbeaten professional record of 9-0 that included winning two titles in minor league promotions, Browne was seen as the…

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