If you blinked, you probably missed Matt Brown’s fight on Saturday night.
Brown came into the fight on a five-fight winning streak but this was the most dominant and quickest finish of Brown’s career. Pyle had also come into the fight on a four-fight winning streak
“The Immortal” started the fight by quickly pushing forward with a jab and leg kick that backed Pyle up. Brown continued to move forward and dropped Pyle with a right hand and knee that clipped his forehead.
Once Pyle hit the ground, Brown quickly went to work and started raining down right hands. After just missing with his first couple punches, Brown landed two solid right hands that knocked Pyle out.
Ref Kevin MacDonald quickly jumped in and stopped the fight only 29 seconds into the first round.
With the win, Brown moves his record to 18-11 and has now won seven of his last eight fights. Brown was also awarded “Knockout of the Night” and an extra $50,000 for his performance.
With the loss, Pyle drops to 25-9 and ends his four-fight winning streak.