(PRWEB) April 1, 2004 -
[MASS MMA I look at you and youÂre smiling, didnÂt you just finish training for about three hours?
[MIKE BROWN] My training is done for the day and I can just relax. IÂm going to the [Hardcore Fighting] show tonight. Matt Lee is scheduled to fight. MattÂs probably one of my main workout partners him and [Nuri].
[MASS MMA] Why is that? Size?
[MB] Yeah, size and we both like the same kind of training methods. Matt, Nuri [Shakir] and I train together the most.
Training This Time
[MASS MMA] What have you been doing differently to train for this than the last time, if anything? I saw your last fight local fight against Renat Miserakov. I didnÂt realize just how impressive that win was until I saw Renat submit Jaoa Amaral with an impressive knee bar.
[MB] Yeah -Yeah that was a big win. Renat is a solid fighter and he has an unorthodox stand-up style stemming from his Tae Kwon do Background.
[MASS MMA] He did throw one spin kick, just before you took him down. Did you see that coming?
[MB] No, I didnÂt even know until after the fight and somebody asked ÂDid that hit you?!Â and I was like ÂWhat?Â I guess it just missed me, I didnÂt even notice it. I must have blinked or something and next thing I know heÂs right on top of me so I shot a double from there. I havenÂt seen my fight on tape so I missed it, I heard it was pretty.
[MASS MMA] Your shot is incredibly fast and pretty infamous around Massachusetts. Most people are aware of your wrestling background, but few know that you coached collegiate level wrestling. In any case, you were coaching in Southern Maine for about three years?
For full interview go to http://www.massmma.com/mike-brown-interview-2.htm