After Ben Rothwell was removed from UFC 203's main card tilt opposite former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Heavyweight king Fabricio Werdum, Travis Browne willingly stepped in on short notice to challenge the Brazilian last night (Sat., Sept. 10, 2016) live on pay-per-view (PPV) from Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio. The two top-ranked Heavyweight contenders had met once before at UFC on FOX 11 back in 2014, which saw Werdum capture an emphatic five-round decision win. Despite doing his best on the feet against Werdum, an early dislocated finger really slowed down Browne. It's ironic because he broke his hand in his first meeting with the Brazilian. Nonetheless, Werdum remained patient, displayed a rejuvenated chin and picked apart Browne for the majority of three rounds, earning a unanimous decision victory for his efforts. The full video highlights can be seen above courtesy of UFC. With this win, Werdum moves right back into position to contend for the title. However, with former divisional kings Cain Velasquez and Junior dos Santos also vying for a championship shot, the 39-year-old submission expert may have to win one more fight. For complete UFC 203 results and coverage click here.