After Impressive Performance, Randy Brown Added to UFC 208 in Brooklyn
For his fifth fight in just 13-months, Queens’ Randy “Rude Boy” Brown is set to face New Jersey’s George Sullivan in a three-round welterweight bout at UFC 208 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY on February 11th, according to Newsday.com.
Brown (9-1 MMA, 3-1 UFC) is coming off an impressive win at UFC Fight Night 102 in Albany, NY against UFC newcomer Brian Camozzi. “Rude Boy” won via referee stoppage in the second round. This will Brown’s second bout in the Empire State since its legalization in March.
Sullivan (17-5-1 NC MMA, 3-2 UFC) made his UFC debut in 2014 at UFC on FOX 10: Henderson vs. Thomson. He is coming off of a 1st round KO loss against Alexander Yakovlev at UFC on FOX 18: Johnson vs. Bader in January.
Brown in the second New York to secure a spot on the Brooklyn pay-per-view card. Long Island’s Ryan LaFlare’s bout was announced last week.
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