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Brian StannVitals6'1" 185 lbs (Middleweight)74" reach, OrthodoxSeptember 24, 1980Record12-4 (UFC: 6-3)Current Streak1 straight winTrainingBlue belt in Brazilian Jiu-JitsuBlack belt in Marine Corps Martial Arts ProgramChampionships HeldWEC Light Heavyweight Champion: 2008 (no successful title defenses)
Strengths- very well coached (Team Jackson-Winklejohn)- heavy hands - knockout power- can outbrawl opponents- extremely physically strong- very athletic- good striking defense- very aggressive fighter- trains at altitude- good gas tank- good chinWeaknesses- susceptible to submissions- very inaccurate striker (lands well under 50% of his strikes)- no takedown ability- weak takedown defense- gets taken advantage of by strong wrestlers/grapplers- is a rather one-dimensional brawler- still green and inexperiencedSynopsisBrian Stann has made progress since undertaking mixed martial arts full-time, but he still has a ways to go before he can be considered a top contender.Cl...
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Michael Bisping (Pictured) was dazed and confused early, but the Brit managed to rally and post a unanimous decision victory over Brian Stann at UFC 152. If you happened to skip Saturday’s fight, we’ve located the video highlight to ensure you’re in the know.
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A middleweight shootout between Michael Bisping (Pictured) and Brian Stann was the third fight to air in Saturday’s “UFC 152: Jones vs. Belfort” pay-per-view broadcast.
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Air Canada Centre in Toronto is hosting tonight’s festivities. The show is headlined by a light heavyweight title tilt between champion...
It was billed as America vs. England. The All-American Marine against the loud mouth Brit. The former WEC light heavyweight champion against the TUF 3 light heavyweight winner. These are two fighters whose cardio has never, and will never be questioned. It did come down to who laughed last though. Bisping is just the little engine that could, can, will, and just did. If you can...
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"After I beat Brian Stann on Saturday night I want to fight Anderson Silva." - Michael Bisping
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