“One of the Most Ferocious Motherf***ers to Ever Do It!”- Joe Rogan Lauds Matt Brown’s Knockout

Published 06/21/2021, 1:34 AM EDT


UFC Vegas 29 was a stacked card with some incredible fights and performances. The card featured six stoppage wins and was action-packed from the get-go. Matt ‘The Immortal’ Brown was one of the six fighters who claimed a stoppage. The 40-year-old turned back the clock and produced a highlight-reel knockout win over fellow veteran Dhiego Lima. 

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Joe Rogan took to Instagram to congratulate ‘The Immortal’ for his stunning knockout win. He said, “A massive congratulations to the OG @iamtheimmortal for a huge KO victory tonight! One of my favorite fighters ever, and one of the most ferocious motherf***ers to ever do it!”. 

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Going into the fight against Lima, Brown was on a two-fight skid with losses against the likes of Carlos Condit and Miguel Baeza. There was a growing concern that if Brown failed to win his fight against Lima, his future in the UFC might be uncertain. 

However, Brown secured perhaps one of his most exciting knockout wins over Lima at UFC Vegas 29. The fight started well, with both men feeling each other out initially. As the fight went on, Brown connected with more of his shots. ‘The Immortal’ is known for his devastating punches and elbows. In the second round of the fight, ‘The Immortal’ landed an inch-perfect right hand that shut the lights out on Lima immediately. Brown walked off in style as soon as the punch landed. 

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‘The Immortal’ smashed a few records with his win over Lima. He now holds the record for the most fights at welterweight (28), most finishes at welterweight (14), and is tied for the most finishes at 170 lbs (12).  

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With the performance, Brown proved a lot of doubters wrong and showed that even at 40, his KO power hasn’t deserted him. What did you make of Matt Brown’s knockout? Was it the best knockout of the night at UFC Vegas 29? Let us know in the comments below!

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Kevin Binoy is an MMA author at EssentiallySports. He earned a Bachelor's degree from Fergusson College and has been covering sports professionally for over two years. Besides working with the MMA writing team, Kevin is a core member of the organization's web stories team and is responsible for delivering engaging MMA web stories.

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