Matt Brown Wants To Come Back & Kick Mike Perry’s A**

Having been sidelined all of 2018, Matt Brown is planning an MMA return later this year. And Mike Perry would be an ideal opponent. Brown, who is still recovering from knee and ankle injuries, hasn’t competed since beating Diego Sanchez back in November of 2017. He was scheduled to face Carlos Condit in 2018; however, […]

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Having been sidelined all of 2018, Matt Brown is planning an MMA return later this year. And Mike Perry would be an ideal opponent.

Brown, who is still recovering from knee and ankle injuries, hasn’t competed since beating Diego Sanchez back in November of 2017. He was scheduled to face Carlos Condit in 2018; however, his injuries did the fight in. An avid fight fan, Brown keeps his eye on the prize and perhaps, more importantly, he scouts his competition from the sidelines. One fighter that has caught Brown’s attention is the hard-hitting Perry.

Earlier this month Brown and Perry engaged in some back and forth on social media. Both fighters seem to like the idea of fighting one another. Brown still holds that same sentiment.

“I think fans would get behind that fight,” Brown told reporters backstage at Bellator 214 (h/t MMAJunkie). “I think it would be a good fight for me to come back to and a good fight for him to get his ass kicked in.”

While “The Immortal” is gung-ho on the “Platinum” Perry match up, his potential opponent didn’t seem to excited at the prospect at a fight with Brown. Just last week Perry called for pay-per-view opponents; there is little doubt Perry wants the last fight on his current UFC contract to be a banger.

“I’ll shrug, too,” Brown said. “I think he’s a good fight for both of us.”

Watch all of Matt Brown’s interview below.

I think I can safely speak for most MMA fans when I say that a fight between Brown and Perry would be a good fight for the fans too.

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Matt Brown Answers Mike Perry’s Callout

Two of the most violent fighters in the UFC may be headed for a showdown later this year as Matt Brown has answered Mike Perry’s all-violence challenge. Perry took to Twitter earlier today to ask his fellow welterweight fighters a question. “Platinum” is looking for a fight and he wants an opponent that is going […]

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Two of the most violent fighters in the UFC may be headed for a showdown later this year as Matt Brown has answered Mike Perry’s all-violence challenge.

Perry took to Twitter earlier today to ask his fellow welterweight fighters a question. “Platinum” is looking for a fight and he wants an opponent that is going to be equally exciting as him.

And wouldn’t you know it, “The Immortal” answered Perry’s tweet with on of his own.

A fight between Brown and Perry would be nothing short of a good old fashioned slobberknocker. Both men are fan-favorite fighters because of the level of intensity and violence that each man brings to the Octagon.

Brown (21-16) got back on track with an absolutely brutal knock out of Diego Sanchez in his last outing. That, however, was in November of 2017. “The Immortal” sat out all of 2018 dealing with injuries and the like.

As for Perry (12-4), the “Platinum” one has lost three of his last four fights. His lone win in that stretch was a split decision nod over Paul Felder at UFC 226. Perry was most recently submitted by Donald Cerrone.

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Matt Brown ‘Down’ to Fight Mike Perry Once He’s Ready to Return to Action

If Mike Perry needs an opponent, Matt Brown is more than happy to volunteer. On Monday, Perry released a message on Twitter asking for the fight fans would be willing to pay to see or at least enough to keep them entertained as he looks to book his nex…

If Mike Perry needs an opponent, Matt Brown is more than happy to volunteer. On Monday, Perry released a message on Twitter asking for the fight fans would be willing to pay to see or at least enough to keep them entertained as he looks to book his next bout in 2019. Perry is coming […]

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Matt Brown Rips Diego Sanchez, Happy to Use Him as ‘Tune Up’ Upon Return

Matt Brown has lost all respect for former opponent Diego Sanchez. In a matter of odd timing, Sanchez just recently rehashed his past loss to Brown when he posted a photo on Instagram along with a lengthy message decrying the result after he believes h…

Matt Brown has lost all respect for former opponent Diego Sanchez. In a matter of odd timing, Sanchez just recently rehashed his past loss to Brown when he posted a photo on Instagram along with a lengthy message decrying the result after he believes he was struck with an illegal blow. The end of the […]

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Matt Brown Planning To Undergo Surgery

Matt Brown has revealed that he will have to undergo surgery.

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Matt Brown has revealed that he will have to undergo surgery.

Brown was forced to the sidelines and out of his bout against former title contender Carlos Condit at UFC on FOX 29.

Just four years ago, they were booked against each other at UFC on FOX 9, but Brown sustained a back injury that forced him out of the fight. The bout never got re-booked.

The fight never took place due to Brown suffering a torn ACL that forced him to withdraw from the scheduled welterweight bout.

It’s been well documented that his latest bout against Diego Sanchez on the main card of UFC Fight Night 120 on November 11th, 2017 at Ted Constant Convocation Center in Norfolk, Virginia would be his last fight.

Brown was on a three-fight stoppage skid and made it clear that this would be his retirement fight.

As seen in the fight, he broke that losing streak by landing a devastating elbow strike to knock out the always tough Sanchez. He then revealed that he wasn’t retiring from the sport.

Now, Brown will have to undergo surgery on his ankle that has been hurting him for the last three years.

He decided to take to his official Twitter account to announce the news and give a timeline for his return to the Octagon under the UFC banner by writing the following:

”Good news is I spoke with doctors yesterday and figured out why my ankle has been hurting badly for the last 3 years,” he wrote. “Bad news is it needs surgery and 4 months of rehab including 8 weeks non weight bearing (crutches).”

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UFC Welterweight Matt Brown to Undergo Ankle Surgery

It’ll be a while before we see Matt Brown back in action. Brown was scheduled to take on Carlos Condit back in April at UFC Glendale. Those plans went awry when “The Immortal” was injured. Many wondered when Brown would return and now…

It’ll be a while before we see Matt Brown back in action. Brown was scheduled to take on Carlos Condit back in April at UFC Glendale. Those plans went awry when “The Immortal” was injured. Many wondered when Brown would return and now we know it isn’t likely to be anytime soon. Taking to Twitter, […]

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