"Just because a bunch of media people do not believe I'm good enough for a title shot doesn't mean that it's true. I train very hard every day, and I train with some of the best people in the world in all the different martial arts, and I believe that my time is coming. I believe things are coming my way more and more now, and I'm going to be ready for a title shot in the future."
-- Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) welterweight contender Matt Brown discusses his goals of one day fighting for a UFC championship at the UFC on FOX 7 post-fight press conference (watch it here) Saturday night (April 20, 2013) in San Jose, California. "The Immortal" defeated Jordan Mein by second-round technical knockout at the event to push his current career-high win-streak to five in a row and his stock as a mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter has never been higher. Brown believes some fans and media members don't have faith in him as one of the world's elite 170-pound fighters, but with each performance and each win the 32-year-old is proving his naysayers wrong and is confident his title shot will one day arrive.
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