Despite A Devastating KO Win At UFC Fight Night 120, Matt Brown Remains Unsure About His Future

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Despite stopping Diego Sanchez at UFC Fight Night 120 in Norfolk, Matt Brown refuses to speculate about his future in fighting.
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