Randy Brown

Rude Boy


Slated to fight Turman
May 3, 2023
Brown will fight Wellington Turman in a welterweight bout at a UFC Event in Jacksonville on June 24, Marcel Dorff of Eurosport.nl reports Wednesday.
Brown's last UFC loss was a crushing one at the hands of Jack Della Maddalena in the first round. Prior to that February fight, though, he was riding a four-bout winning streak that went back to April of 2021. Now, he'll face the six-years-younger Turman, on who he has three inches of height and six inches of reach.
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Destroyed by Jack Della Maddalena
February 11, 2023
Brown lost to Jack Della Maddalena via submission (rear-naked choke) at 2:13 of Round 1 at UFC 284 on Saturday in Perth, Australia.
Brown is a tough veteran that has fought some quality fighters (Vicente Luque, Belal Muhammad) over the course of his seven-plus years with the UFC, so the fact he wasn't the least bit competitive here tells you how good Della Maddalena is. Brown hung around for about two minutes before getting clocked with a shot which stumbled and knocked him down. He ate countless follow-up shots from Della Maddalena before then being choked out. Not great. Brown has a solid all-around game and has always been an underrated athlete, but he'll be 33 years of age this coming July and has no history of defeating high-level competition. Time is running out for "Rude Boy" to make a run at 170 pounds.
Returning at UFC 284
January 2, 2023
Brown (undisclosed) will take on Jack Della Maddalena at UFC 284 on Feb. 11, Marcel Dorff of Eurosport.nl reports.
Brown will return to the Octagon after beating Francisco Trinaldo by unanimous decision on Oct. 1. That was Brown's fourth straight victory and he will look to extend it to five against a fighter in Della Maddalena who has destroyed his first three opponents under the UFC banner.
Shutting it down until 2023
October 28, 2022
Brown announced Friday via his personal Twitter page that he won't fight again in 2022 but will be back "early next year."
Brown didn't provide a reason for the extended absence, but it sounds like the welterweight is confident he'll be back early in 2023 to "continue [his] run in style." Brown most recently defeated Francisco Trinaldo via unanimous decision on Oct. 1 and will look to earn a fifth consecutive victory when he returns to the Octagon in 2023.
Win streak hits four
October 1, 2022
Brown defeated Francisco Trinaldo via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) at UFC Fight Night on Saturday in Las Vegas.
Brown emerged with the victory he came to Vegas for, but boy did he have to work for it. Trinaldo is known as one of the most durable fighters in the history of the sport, so it came as no surprise that a knockdown and deep submission attempt by Brown in Round 1 wasn't enough to close the show. Brown built up enough good will over the course of the first ten minutes to earn the decision. Good thing, too, because it was Trinaldo who was the better man down the stretch. Blessed with high-end physical gifts, Brown has finally appeared to find his way following an inconsistent start to his UFC run. He's won six of seven dating back to June 2019, with his lone setback during that span coming against the talented Vicente Luque.
Trinaldo on tap
August 5, 2022
Brown will face Francisco Trinaldo at the UFC event on Oct. 1, Marcel Dorff of Eurosport.nl reports.
Brown last defeated Khaos Williams in May via split decision, and he'll now look to earn a fourth consecutive victory when he meets the soon-to-be 44-year-old Trinaldo in the Octagon at the start of October. Brown currently holds a 9-4-0 record with the promotion and will surely be tested against Trinaldo, who holds a 28-8-0 professional record.