Before their fight at Ultimate Fight Night 18, both Cole Miller (15-3) and Junie Browning (3-1) had some harsh words for one another. Browning repeatedly stated that Miller was overrated and Miller made it clear that he thought Browning was a “Douche Bag”. After the fight Miller was the only one who did the talking, shouting “Who’s overrated now?” after forcing Browning to tap out due to a guillotine choke in the first round.

Browning gained fame, good or bad, for his antics on season eight of The Ultimate Fighter. The footage showed Browning starting fights with other fighters and spitting on a black belt in front of the entire cast and their coaches at the UFC training center. Which, for all intents and purposes, seemed moronic considering that both Frank Mir and Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira, the shows coaches, have black belts in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.

For all of his antics Browning has shown both potential and improvement since working with Shawn Tompkins at Xtreme Couture in Las Vegas, Nevada. However, Miller, who trains with the highly respected American Top Team, proved that he could back up his trash talk by submitting Browning rather easily this past Wednesday at Ultimate Fight Night 18.

During his post fight interview with Joe Rogan, Miller challenged the winner of the upcoming UFC 99 light weight bout between Spencer Fisher and Caol Uno.

It could be possible his recent defeat may cause Browning to stop the trash talk and focus on letting his fighting do the talking. While his vocal personality may be entertaining to fans for a variety of reasons, there may not be much of a market for a fighter who has a lot to say but is unable to back it up inside the Octagon.

By:Dusty Adams

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