Matt Brown
The Immortal


To fight Lima on June 19
March 1, 2021
Brown will face Dhiego Lima at the UFC Event on June 19, Damon Martin of reports.
Although not officially announced just yet, Brown is set to battle Lima at a soon-to-be-determined UFC Event on June 19. Brown will be entering the ring looking to revenge his previous two straight defeats to Miguel Baeza and Carlos Condit while Lima most recently lost to Belal Muhammad via unanimous decision in February. Brown currently holds a 22-18 MMA record.
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Drops decision to Carlos Condit
January 16, 2021
Brown lost to Carlos Condit via unanimous decision (27-30, 27-30, 27-30) at UFC on ABC 1 on Saturday in Abu Dhabi.
The fact Brown didn't earn a single round from any of the three judges is strange considering he appeared to be the much more effective man for the first frame. Unfortunately for "The Immortal" one, he couldn't keep it up over the course of the final ten minutes. With seemingly little separating the two men from a physical perspective, Condit did an excellent job of limiting Brown's ability to string together combinations. Brown turned 40 years of age last week and the days of him generating a ton of offense in short order are long over. Brown by no means embarrassed himself here, but he is now 3-7 in his past ten bouts dating back to July 2014 and has openly spoken about retirement in the past. The UFC needs to be extremely careful about who they match Brown up against if it decides to run him back out there again.
Date changed again
December 29, 2020
Brown's upcoming welterweight fight against Carlos Condit is now expected to take place on Jan. 16 on Fight Island, Damon Martin of reports.
The fight was originally scheduled to Jan. 30, but that card got scrapped entirely. Initial reports indicated that it had been moved to Jan. 20 along with several others from the same card, but it now appears that it'll be taking place a few days earlier. As of early-January, Brown is approximately a (+140) betting underdog for this scheduled matchup.
Fight moved up
December 22, 2020
Brown's upcoming fight against Carlos Condit will now take place on Jan. 20, Marcel Dorff of reports.
The matchup was originally scheduled for Jan. 30, but there's no longer a card happening on that date. It joins several others in moving up 10 days.
Set to face Carlos Condit
November 12, 2020
Brown will face Carlos Condit on Jan. 30, Damon Martin of reports.
The matchup features a pair of fighters who have done quite a bit of losing lately. Brown has lost six of his last nine fights, most recently falling via TKO against Miguel Baeza in May. Condit has lost eight of his last 11, though he rebounded from a five-fight losing streak to defeat Court McGee by unanimous decision in October.
Can't close show in Jacksonville
May 16, 2020
Brown lost to Miguel Baeza via KO (punches) at 0:18 of Round 2 at UFC Fight Night on Saturday in Jacksonville.
Brown is going to be kicking himself after this one. Following a slow start, "The Immortal" one appeared to have Baeza all but finished in the middle portion of Round 1 following a couple of monster shots, but he was unable to close the deal and Brown was eventually knocked out himself. Baeza began pouring it on late in the opening frame, and Brown was officially done just moments into Round 2. It was a fight the 39-year-old simply could not allow to slip through his fingers. You could argue Brown looked halfway decent given Baeza's youth and athleticism edge, but that will be no comfort to the 39-year-old. Firmly entrenched in "gatekeeper" status, Brown is 3-6 in his past nine fights. He had talked about "retiring" in the past but it never stuck. We'll see if those conversations pop up once again moving forward.