Matt "The Immortal" Brown

RECORD: 25-19-0
STANCE: Orthodox
DIVISION: Welterweight
HEIGHT: 6' 0"
REACH: 75"
LEG REACH: 43.00
WEIGHT: 170 lbs.
TEAM: Elevation Fight Team (2015–2018)
NATIONALITY: Xenia, United States
AGE: 42





Significant Strikes Attempted: 1859
Significant Strikes Landed: 1028


Takedowns Attempted: 66
Takedowns Landed: 23

Latest Bouts:

Court McGee
Matt Brown: Winner
by KO/TKO in Round 1 @ 4:09
Sat. May 13, 2023
UFC Fight Night: Rozenstruik vs. Almeida
Bryan Barberena
Matt Brown: Defeated
by Split Decision in Round 3
Sat. Mar 26, 2022
UFC Fight Night: Blaydes vs. Daukaus
Dhiego Lima
Matt Brown: Winner
by KO/TKO in Round 2
Sat. Jun 19, 2021
UFC Fight Night: The Korean Zombie vs. Ige
Carlos Condit
Matt Brown: Defeated
by Decision in Round 3
Sat. Jan 16, 2021
UFC Fight Night: Holloway vs. Kattar
Miguel Baeza
Matt Brown: Defeated
by KO/TKO in Round 2
Sat. May 16, 2020
UFC Fight Night: Overeem vs. Harris
Ben Saunders
Matt Brown: Winner
by KO/TKO in Round 2
Sat. Dec 14, 2019
UFC 245: Usman vs. Covington

Matt “The Immortal” Brown is an American mixed martial artist and former professional fighter in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). He first rose to prominence after competing on Season 7 of The Ultimate Fighter, a reality show featuring MMA fighters. After his appearance on the show, he has gone on to become one of the most accomplished middleweight fighters in UFC history.

Brown was born on January 11th 1982 in Jamestown, Ohio. As a child he got involved with online gaming and quickly developed an interest for combat sports, particularly boxing and kickboxing. He began training at 16 years old before entering his first amateur Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fight at 19. After two years of fighting as an amateur Brown made his professional debut in 2006 for Ring of Fire promotions where he won by submission within just 45 seconds against Domingo Pilarte.

In 2007 Brown took part in the seventh season of The Ultimate Fighter reality show after being chosen as part of Team Rampage which was coached by UFC Light heavy Weight Champion Quinton Jackson and Forrest Griffin respectively. During this season Matt would go onto win all three fights earning himself a spot into the finals against Amir Sadollah who would eventually go onto win that seasons tournament title along with a six-figure contract with UFC; However it was during this time that Matt earned himself a reputation as being one tough competitor whom showcased numerous skills both standing up as well as while grappling inside the octagon cage thus making many fans instantly take notice from around world wanting more from him inside Octagon cage putting more pressure over newly signed fighter Matt then ever experienced before .

Shortly after joining UFC full-time following TUF 7 tournament Fina’ss result , Brown went onto amass impressive record winning seven out ten total fights including notable victories over Pete Sell (TKO – punches), James Wilks( Submission – Triangle choke ) & Stephen Thompson( KO – flying knee ) among few others leading him now currently ranked number four amongst other highly competitive Middle weight division still remaining active even past fifteen year mark since beginning career back 2006 showing no signs slowing down anytime soon .

Throughout his long successful career ,Matt has also been known be very active outside octagon too lending help raising funds charity organizations helping empower people suffering hardships related health issues like addictions or chronic illnesses through donations various events hosted across United States have received great praise public eye giving back community much appreciation right way . All these achievements helped cement legacy Matt “The Immortal” Brown will remembered for many years come despite retirement announcement coming near future once wrapped final bout taking place end this year which is certain excite MMA fans alike all around world what better way going far memorable fashion than sweet victory last fight forever leaving stamp sport impactful finish!

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