After defending his WEC featherweight title nine times and holding the belt for two and a half years, Urijah Faber was dethroned by Mike Brown at WEC 36 via a vicious TKO strike within the first round. Almost three months later, Faber bounced back with a guillotine choke victory over Jens “Lil’ Evil” Pulver at WEC 38. Now, he’ll be taking on Mike Brown for the second time in his WEC career in a quest to regain his featherweight tile. Although he admits that he was careless during his last match-up with Brown, Faber feels very confident coming into this fight and plans to change a few things in his game.
Snip from Faber himself:
“I’ll make a couple little changes…I just need to be cautious…I threw a flying elbow without looking at the guy, and he kind of ducked into an overhand right and caught me and dazed me a little bit. That was the biggest mistake, and other than that, I thought I was doing pretty well. I was landing more punches and doing my game plan”