I know, I know, with time come improvements. But realistically speaking, Matt Brown was a tough out at the beginning of his UFC career. He took Dong to a very close decision, he destroyed Pete Sell, and he ruined TUF winner James Wilks in England. When he fought Ricardo Almeida, who was dropping down to 170 from 185, the betting odds were really close. Almeida had been less than impressive after returning to the Octagon from like a 4 year absence. Yet, Almeida destroyed Matt Brown. He battered him standing up, he took him down at will, he beat him up on the ground, and he subbed him. That fight is really underrated for being a one-sided beat down. Almeida, who would go on to get rocked standing by Matt Hughes of all people and choked unconscious, completely tooled Brown. If you look at every other Matt Brown loss in the UFC, he has had his moments. Only Ricardo Almeida wiped the mat with him. Why do you think that is?