Travis Browne's run at Fabricio Werdum in the main event of UFC on Fox 11 didn't go particularly well. While a Werdum win wasn't out of the question heading in, a dominant performance that saw Werdum own every aspect of the fight was not.
In fact, Werdum was so in control of the fight that he began clowning Browne. Taunting him, shouting at him, even kipping up off the ground and launching a barrage of strikes at one point.
Speaking on The MMA Hour yesterday, Browne made it clear that he isn't happy with the way he was "disrespected" in the fight:
Though while Browne said he was too distracted to notice Werdum's antics the first time around -- which included Werdum shouting, throwing his hands up, pointing to the floor, or begging Browne to jump into his guard -- upon a second viewing, the 31-year-old American not only noticed them, but found the endless parade of theatrics to be highly disrespectful.
"Watching the fight back, it's motivating," Browne flatly said.
"I saw some things (from Werdum) that I'm not okay with."
"It was one of the hardest things I've ever had to deal with," Browne said of the loss in closing. "Because everything aside, I don't make excuses. Werdum whooped my ass, and that's what I had to come to terms to. He just straight up kicked my ass. It doesn't matter about injuries.