Last night (July 30, 2016), Matt Brown and Jake Ellenberger faced off at UFC 201 inside Philips Arena in Atlanta, Georgia. In a return to form, Ellenberger finished his foe quickly. Find out how below!
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Welterweight knockout artists Matt Brown and Jake Ellenberger scrapped last night (July 30, 2016) at UFC 201 inside Philips Arena in Atlanta, Georgia.
Matt Brown has struggled a bit since his rise to the top of the division, but he’s still considered one of the best in the world. In order to maintain that position, Brown needed to flatten his foe last night. On the other hand, this was Ellenberger’s chance — perhaps his last — to return to the upper echelon of the Welterweight division. Otherwise, his slide towards a new promotion would continue.
Instead, he stood his ground and got back into the win column.
Ellenberger opened with a massive right hand that dropped Brown to the mat very hard. Despite nearly being unconscious when he hit the mat, Brown was back up to his feet within 30 seconds and went on the offensive.
“The Juggernaut” seemed to be slowed down from trying to finish so quickly, and Brown was swarming in his usual fashion. However, Ellenberger flipped the script by slamming home a massive kick to the liver.
Brown crumpled to the mat with a look of anguish almost immediately. This time around, there was no recovery, as Ellenberger swarmed a fairly helpless Brown and forced the finish.
This was an absolutely stellar victory for Ellenberger. He started fast and nearly put Brown away immediately. Then, when things didn’t go his way and he was put on the defensive, Ellenberger didn’t simply cover up and take shots. Instead, he waited for his moment and ended the bout.
That’s a major step forward for Ellenberger. He’s ….View full article
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