UFC Fighter Randy Brown Gets Slept From The Strangest Position Imaginable

UFC Fighter Randy Brown Gets Slept From The Strangest Position Imaginable

Welterweights Randy Brown and Niko Price squared off tonight (Saturday, July 14, 2018) from inside the CenturyLink Arena in Boise, Idaho, live and free on Fox Sports 1. It would feature one of the strangest knockouts you will see in MMA history.

Both guys, who have KO ratios over 50 percent in their UFC careers, came off wins that looked to be kick-starters for them to make noise in the MMA leader. Brown was featured on Dana White’s Lookin’ For A Fight and knocked out Robert Plotkin at Ring of Combat 53 in Atlantic City, New Jersey.

Price (12-1 MMA, 4-1 UFC) had survived a moment of trouble against Brown (10-3 MMA, 4-3 UFC), and was eating some ground-and-pound, when he was able to press Brown to the fence with his left leg, then landed a half-dozen hammerfists with his left hand. Midway through them, Brown was asleep.

Brown managed to get Price down early in the second round and tried to take full advantage with ground-and-pound. He went back to his feet and kicked the legs, then went back down and worked punches from up top.

But out of absolute nowhere, Price started dropping hammer fists on the left side of Brown’s face from short range, on his back, and within seconds Brown was out cold. Price held Brown against the fence with his left foot and drilled Brown till he was unconscious.

Price won for the second straight time after the first loss of his pro career this past October. Brown is back in the loss column after a win over Mickey Gall in November 2017. He has dropped two of his past three.

“We’re the future, baby. Futures MMA, taking over. I can get you from anywhere.” He was amped up, shouting for anyone, “top fifteen, top ten, five days notice, I’m not going anywhere.”

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