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UFC Boise's Randy Brown ready to move on from 'Lookin' for a Fight' label

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BOISE, Idaho – Randy Brown wants to shed the label of someone who got into the UFC through a reality show and find a way to stand on his own ground.

Brown (10-2 MMA, 4-2 UFC) is one of several fighters who got his place on the UFC roster through “Dana White: Lookin’ for a Fight.” It’s a good way to get into the promotion with some notoriety attached, but Brown has aspirations for more going into his bout with Niko Price (11-1 MMA, 3-1 UFC).

“I kind of want to separate myself a little bit,” Brown told MMAjunkie. “I’m ready to move on, and this is the first fight to take that step in that direction. Win this fight, get somebody in the top 15, a top-10 opponent, something like that. This will be my seventh fight on Saturday night, and I’m ready to move on now. I just have to prove myself. On Saturday night, I’ll get the job done, and we’ll take things from there.”


UFC Fight Night 133 pre-event facts: Blagoy Ivanov in rare spot for debuting heavyweight

UFC Fight Night 133 takes place Saturday at CenturyLink Arena in Boise, Idaho. The welterweight contest between Brown and Price airs on the FS1-televised portion of the card following early prelims on UFC Fight Pass.

In order to get where he wants, Brown said putting his head down and working hard is the key. He’s not the type to talk much trash or stir the pot, but instead he focuses on improving his skill set and making sure he’s prepared for his sternest challenge to date against Price.

“I’m grinding,” Brown said. “Just trying to get better. … I’m working on everything. I’m trying to be complete. … I definitely knew Niko. He’s a tough dude, tough competitor. High-paced action type of guy. Those are the type of guys I like to fight.”

For more on UFC Fight Night 133, check out the UFC Rumors section of the site.

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