Fabricio Werdum and Travis Browne went three rounds at UFC 203, but it seemed fifteen minutes wasn’t enough to shirk any animosity between the two.
With a heated stare down taking place at the pre-fight press conference, it was no surprise the fight was a heated affair. At one point, Browne bizarrely stopped fighting to complain of a broken finger, something which almost certainly qualifies as a verbal submission. Instead, he was allowed to continue to the fights conclusion; a decision victory for Werdum.
After the fights end Browne’s coach, Edmund Tarverdyan approached the victorious Werdum, shouting. In response, Werdum delivered a (lazy) front kick, pushing Tarverdyan away.
UFC president Dana White immediately entered the cage, expelling Browne’s corner and taking control of the situation.