Travis Browne Record

Travis Browne Record
Travis Browne Record
Discover Travis Browne's MMA Journey: 18-7-1 Record, Notable Fights, and Versatile Style.

Travis Browne Record

Travis Browne, who goes by “HAPA” when he fights, is a tough mixed martial artist. He’s won 18 fights, lost 7, and had 1 draw.

He’s really big, standing at 6 feet 6 inches tall and weighing 255 pounds. He has long arms, stands in a regular fighting stance, and he’s good at many different fighting moves.

He was born on July 17, 1982, and he has a unique way of fighting, with some interesting stats that show how well he’s done in his career.

Fight EventResult
Travis Browne vs. Aleksei OleinikUFC 213: Romero vs. WhittakerLoss via Rear Naked Choke in the 2nd round, at 3:44
Travis Browne vs. Derrick LewisUFC Fight Night: Lewis vs. BrowneLoss via KO/TKO with punches in the 2nd round, at 3:12
Travis Browne vs. Fabricio WerdumUFC 203: Miocic vs. OvereemLoss via unanimous decision after 3 rounds, 5:00
Travis Browne vs. Cain VelasquezUFC 200: Tate vs NunesLoss via KO/TKO with punches in the 1st round, at 4:57
Travis Browne vs. Matt MitrioneUFC Fight Night: Dillashaw vs CruzWin via KO/TKO with punches in the 3rd round, at 4:09
Travis Browne vs. Andrei ArlovskiUFC 187: Johnson vs CormierLoss via KO/TKO with punches in the 1st round, at 4:41
Travis Browne Record

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Travis Browne’s overall MMA record?

Travis Browne’s MMA record is 18 wins, 7 losses, and 1 draw.

How does Travis Browne’s takedown defense stack up?

Travis Browne’s takedown defense is impressive, with a 75% takedown defense rate. This means that he successfully prevents a significant number of his opponents’ takedown attempts.

When did Travis Browne make his professional MMA debut?

Travis Browne’s professional MMA debut took place on June 19, 2010, at “The Ultimate Fighter: Team Liddell vs Team Ortiz Finale,” where he won via KO/TKO with punches against James McSweeney.

What is Travis Browne’s fighting nickname?

Travis Browne is often referred to by his fighting nickname, “HAPA.”

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