"I'll just keep knocking them out and it will come," Brown tells Versus.com. "I'm actually training now better than I ever have before. I feel great. I don't see me losing for a while."
Cole Miller fights in the next weight class at 155 pounds but he told Cage Writer that Brown is naturally bigger:
"(Rolling) with him is not a lot of fun. You just get beat up a lot."
Miller said he knew early on, working with Brown at American Top Team in South Florida that it was only a matter of time before he exploded to stardom:
"I came to ATT in January of '06, I was only there for a few months and telling everybody, Mike Brown could beat anybody in the world at 145. He's paid his dues. He's been training forever."
Brown is becoming a road warrior of sorts. His last time out, he beat Leonard Garcia in his home state of Texas. Next up is Faber's hometown.
- Mike Brown
- Urijah Faber