The advantage in the scope of Randy brown helped him cope with a toe injury and an opponent who came in three pounds over the welterweight limit.
In the co-star of this UFC Fight Night Las Vegas 39, the Jamaican raised his mark over the Octagon to 8 – 5 by beating a unanimous decision Jared gooden who arrived exceeded at the weigh-ins on Friday.
During the first minute of the first round, Brown dislocated the big toe of his right foot when he delivered a front kick that landed Gooden square.
Despite the fact that the ailment was present in multiple sections of the commitment, Brown had no problem taking advantage of his advantage in the range and connecting from the outside against a Gooden who never hit him and almost always threw into the air.
With the fight reaching the limit, Brown had no problem pulling off a favorable result to reach the two wins in a row. The 31-year-old welterweight came from submitting an assault to the ‘Cowboy’ Alex Oliveira in the Preliminaries of UFC 261.
With this loss, Gooden is left with a promotional record of 1 – 3. The Alabama-born came from achieving his first victory with the organization by knocking out in 68 seconds to Nikolas Stolze on July 31st.
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