Matt Brown has strung together an impressive six-fight win streak in the UFC’s welterweight division.
In December, he’ll take on Carlos Condit at UFC on FOX 9.
For Brown, the chance to make it seven straight vs. a former interim UFC champion could lead to a title shot.
So, who would he like to face? Current champion Georges St-Pierre, or No. 1 contender Johny Hendricks?
“Both of them,” Brown said, during a recent press conference. “I’ll fight’em both at once.”
The words drew a loud ovation from the crowd, but it shows that Brown is serious about his trade.
After being on the cusp of exile from the UFC, Brown has reinvented himself – and his career – at 32 years old.
Wins over Mike Pyle, Jordan Mein, Mike Swick and Luis Ramos via finish have vaulted him into contention despite sitting at 12-11 in his career just two years ago.
How will Brown do against Condit, a man many view as one of the best in the world? If he finishes him, there will be no stopping this runaway freight train.