Randy Brown’s Record

Last Modified May 28, 2024 08:30 GMT
Randy Brown’s Record
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Randy Brown is a well-known professional mixed martial artist who competes in the welterweight division as a professional fighter. He fought in various fight promotions at the start of his career before making his way into the leading professional mixed martial arts company, the UFC.


Overcoming an adversarial childhood, Randy Brown initially trained in boxing as a child but eventually turned to mixed martial arts in his teenage. He started his career as an amateur and fought in six amateur fights before making his professional debut. On May 16, 2014, Randy Brown made his professional mixed martial arts debut against Steve Tyrrell at Ring of Combat 48 and won by a first-round submission to start his career in style.


After winning his first six professional fights, Randy Brown made his debut in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) on January 30, 2016, against Matt Dwyer at UFC on Fox: Johnson vs. Bader and secured a unanimous decision victory. After his promotional debut in the organization, Brown has regularly competed in the UFC. He is scheduled to return to action at UFC 302 against Elizeu Zaleski dos Santos on the main card of the high-octane pay-per-view event of the organization in his upcoming fight.


Randy Brown’s Record


Randy Brown has a professional mixed martial arts record of 18 wins and 5 losses as of May 2024. He has 7 knockout, 5 submission, and 6 decision victories under his belt. On the flip side, Randy Brown has 2 knockouts, 2 submissions, and 1 decision loss to his record.


23 matches18 wins5 losses
By knockout72
By submission52
By decision61


Randy Brown’s Nationality


Randy Brown is an American national. He was born in Springfield, Massachusetts, USA, and now resides in Queens, New York, USA. Brown fights out of Queens, New York, and represents his country, USA in his professional fights.

FAQs on Randy Brown’s Record

A. He has a professional MMA record of 18 wins and 5 losses.

A. He made his professional MMA debut on May 16, 2014.

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A. He is an American national. 

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