Travis Browne stayed quiet all summer. Through the allegations of domestic abuse, the venom of fans on Twitter and even acquaintances of his children bringing up the situation, Browne never made any public comments.
The UFC heavyweight stands by his decision to not address the accusations made by his estranged wife Jenna Webb, he told Ariel Helwani on Monday’s edition of The MMA Hour. Browne, who has been cleared to fight by the UFC, is glad he did.
“If I threw rocks at every dog that barked, I would not get to where I’m going,” Browne said in his first interview. “That’s part of being in the public eye. Unfortunately, not everybody understands that.”
Webb posted photos on Instagram in July of bruises all over her body, implying that Browne was the perpetrator. Later, she confirmed the accusation on social media. Browne denies all of it. He said the two had been having issues for a long time and she left him in June, two weeks after his fight at UFC 187 on Memorial Day Weekend.
“Have I ever gotten physical towards her?” Browne said. “No, absolutely not. Like I said, there’s circumstances surrounding all this. That’s up to her and ….View original article