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Matt Brown: “Where you at GSP?”

Matt Brown: “Where you at GSP?”

Matt Brown, fresh off a sixth straight victory, called out UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre Saturday night following UFC Fight Night 26.

“Where you at Georges?” Brown asked, after stopping Mike Pyle in just under 30 seconds. “Six in a row.”

Brown (18-11) has seen a career re-birth since going 1-4 during a five-fight stretch a few years ago. He has finished five of his last six opponents including Pyle, someone he previously trained with.

“I know how tough Mike Pyle is,” Brown stated. “He is good enough to be champion. He is better than GSP, I guarantee that.”

Brown landed a nasty knee to the head that dropped Pyle, following up with several uncontested rights. Pyle, once he came too, complained about the stoppage but there was no protesting this one.

Pyle was complaining to the ref about the stop, but was unable to do so until he came to. It appeared he didn’t know what happened in the end of the fight.

  • SBERG says:

    Maybe Chael can train people in smacktalk…..I like Brown alot but his ramble after the fight was subpar at best….
    “I know how tough Mike Pyle is,” Brown stated. “He is good enough to be champion. He is better than GSP, I guarantee that.”…………………………………….OYE!!!!!

  • MCM says:

    “Where you at GSP”

    “I’m over here beating top 5-10 opponents. You should try fighting some first.”

    Brown has done great the past year, but it’s not like he’s taking out world beaters. A resurging Pyle is easily the biggest win of his career. I’d still like to see him against original opponent Thiago Alves before he starts calling out the WW GOAT or anyone else in the top 5 for that matter.

  • SBERG says:

    I don’t mind him calling out GSP but to do it the way he did was kinda dumb……It’s not easy to win 6 in a row at this level so i’ll give him that but geeeezzz Matt , get Chael to write your post fight speech next time…..

  • raker says:

    I’ve listened to a few Matt Brown interviews in the past and speaking sure isn’t his strong suit. He’s like a Diaz. Comes across as not very intelligent and hardly articulate. He needs two more wins against top tier guys before a shot. Put him in there against Ellenberger.

  • hindsightufuk says:

    just give him a big fight, winner of Kampmann/Condit, Maia/Shields, or Robbie Lawler if they dont want to go that route. Lawler or Diaz would be awesome, but he deserves a top 5 fight


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