Heavyweight shows he is over his leg injury as he pummels Gabriel Gonzaga for the knockout
Travis Browne had shown undeniably that he is back to full fitness and ready to run amok in the UFC heavyweight division.
After suffering just his first loss in career last fight, thanks largely to a leg injury that saw him finished by Antoni Silva, Brown has been out of action since October 2012.
But after being full rehabilitated, the 2.01 metre native of Hawaii, is ready to be one of the top contenders in the heavyweight division.
Browne faced Gabriel Gonzaga as part of The Ultimate Fighter 17 finale and earned the Knockout of the Night bonus after he finished the fight just one minute and 11 seconds into the first round.
Gonzaga looked to get the fight to ground and had Browne pinned up against the cage with a single-leg.
However, Browne turned the tables on his opponent by smashing six vicious elbows into the side of his head, forcing the referee to step in and stop the fight.
Check out the highlights of the bout below:
In other news from The Ultimate Fighter Finale, Kelvin Gastelum pulled a massive upset win to earn a split decision victory against Uriah Hall in the finale of the reality show.
Gastelum became the youngest ever winner of the six-figure contract with the UFC, thanks to his wrestling and ground game, which unsettled Hall, who at times showed decent skills off his feet.
Going into the bout Hall was a white-hot favourite after running through several quality opponents in the lead-up fights to the finale, with several highlight reel knockouts.
However, the gritty determination of Gastelum got him the victory when it was up for grabs in the third round.
Check out the highlights of the TUF finale below: