ATLANTIC CITY, NJ - JUNE 21: (L-R) Welterweight opponents Matt Brown and Luis Ramos face off after making weight during the UFC on FX official weigh in at Revel Casino on June 21, 2012 in Atlantic City, New Jersey. (Photo by Nick Laham/Zuffa LLC/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images)
Matt Brown has 13 fights in the UFC. Think about that for a second, if you will. That's quite an accomplishment.
In fact, it might be more of an accomplishment than his win over Luis Ramos. This is not to say that Ramos is a bad fighter, because he most certainly is not. But Ramos has walked to the Octagon twice now—his first fight in the UFC coming against welterweight super-prospect Erick Silva—and he's lost both of them.
Brown started off the fight with nice leg kicks, and then slowly suckered Ramos into a brawl. That's a bad idea, because that's totally Brown's game, and yet his opponents continue to fall for it. Every. Single. Time.
He secured a referee stoppage in the second round after connecting with nasty uppercuts, standing elbows and knees from the clinch. Ramos' face was bloodied and battered, while Brown scored his third win of 2012.
Brown just keeps on hanging around. It's what he does best, after all.