Featherweight fighter Mike Brown is considering a move to World Extreme Cagefighting, where he would possibly contend for the WEC featherweight title currently held by Urijah Faber.
Brown made the revelation to host Matt Peterson during a recent episode of the “New England Fights!” podcast.
“I’m in talks with the WEC now and am close to signing with them. It could be this week [that it's announced],” Brown stated during the interview.
Brown is 16-4 and trains with American Top Team in Florida. He is currently on a six fight win streak and has not lost since submitting to top 10 featherweight Masakazu Imanari in 2005 during a DEEP show in Japan.