"I don't believe in momentum. In this sport it only takes one shot to stop the fight. Earlier in my career, all I wanted to do is fight for the title. Now I have so much more in the big picture. This fight has no more pressure than my other fights. The UFC, holding that belt, it's all part of my life. There's no pressure that I haven't already put on myself."
Top Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) heavyweight prospect Travis Browne will collide in a No. 1 heavyweight contender eliminator match against Fabricio Werdum at the upcoming UFC on FOX 11 mixed martial arts (MMA) event from inside the Amway Center in Orlando, Fla., on April 19, 2014 (details). The winner is expected to get the next crack at recovering UFC heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez later this year and that doesn't seem to add any extra pressure to "Hapa," who doesn't believe he holds an advantage over his opponent, even though "Vai Cavalo" has been riding the pine since last June. And as far as Werdum's jiu-jitsu is concerned? Well, it only takes one shot to negate that. The question is, will Browne be able to land it?