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UFC 135 Fight Card Breakdown: Travis Browne Vs. Rob Broughton

A complete breakdown of every aspect of the UFC 135 heavyweight bout between Travis Browne and Rob Broughton.

Heavyweights Travis Browne (11-0-1, 2-0-1 UFC) and Rob Broughton (15-5-1, 1-0 UFC) somehow found their way onto the main card of UFC 135. Browne is coming off a dramatic first round superman punch win over Stefan Struve at UFC 130 and Broughton is finally getting his second UFC fight after beating Vinicius Queiroz at UFC 120 in October 2010.

The 6'7" Browne will have a significant reach advantage and should be the quicker fights. Broughton may have the better grappling game, but no one will mistake him for Roger Gracie

Look for Browne to batter Broughton standing and finish him on the ground.

Aspect Browne Points Broughton Advantage
Range Fighting



Boxing Chain Puncher Bludgeoning Browne
Kickboxing Brontosaurian 1 Lumbering Browne
Wrestling Meh 1 Passable Broughton
Clinch Fighting        
Dirty Boxing Mugger 1 Flailing Browne
Thai Clinch Thunder Thighs 1 Ungainly Browne
Throws/Trips Limited 1 Good Broughton
Ground Fighting



Positional Control Ok 1 Good Broughton
Scrambling Crocodilian 1 Slimy Broughton
Ground and Pound Jackhammer 1 Sledgehammer Browne
Submissions Good 1 Very Good Broughton
Intangibles Undefeated 1 British Browne
Overall UFC Level 6/5 Not Quite UFC Level Browne