Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) cageside commentator Joe Rogan is extremely quick to give praise, but if he were to tell you that the Andrei Arlovski vs. Travis Browne Heavyweight slugfest back at the UFC 187 was the best 265-pound match up he had ever witnessed, chances are many in the mixed martial arts (MMA) universe would not disagree.
On that night, May 23, 2015, the pair of friends and former teammates went at each other, guns blazing, for the entirety of their roughly five-minute main card affair. From the get-go, it was "Pitbull" largely dominating, landing his right hand at will, as well as several clean body shots.
The 36-year-old had "Hapa" hurt multiple times up against the fence, while the latter teetered in and out of consciousness. Browne was every bit aware of what was going on even though his wobbly legs didn't indicate that and toughed it out -- even scoring a knockdown on Arlovski late in the first round -- before eventually succumbing to a vicious battering by the Belarusian fighter.
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