Somewhere in North Carolina, a camouflaged heart breaks…
Earlier this year, Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) heavyweight Travis Browne was accused of domestic abuse by his ex-wife Jenna Renee Webb when she took to Instagram to reveal that she was allegedly victimized by “Hapa’s” fists (details here).
As a result, Browne was prohibited from attending the mixed martial arts (MMA) promotion’s annual “Fight Week” festivities in Las Vegas, Nevada, while an outside agency conducted its investigation on the matter.
An investigation that turned out in Browne’s favor, as his temporary suspension was lifted and he was ultimately cleared of any wrongdoing. During Monday’s guest spot on The MMA Hour, Browne talked about the “false” and unfortunate situation.
“It’s just an unfortunate situation. What it really showed me is the support from the people that I need to have in my life and it helped me get rid of fakes and frauds and people that are around me that would turn on me in a second for false allegations and false accusations. I think people have the wrong idea about the investigation that UFC put on. A lot of people think it was an investigation to ….View original article