Former UFC Fighter Junie Browning Subject of City-Wide Manhunt in Thailand

Junie Browning

Former Ultimate Fighter bad boy Junie Browning is currently the target of a city-wide manhunt in Thailand after two incidents over the weekend.

Browning was in Phuket, Thailand, training and allegedly started a bar brawl. He then continued the fight in a local hospital.

According to Phuketwan.com, Browning allegedly was seen beating up a woman in a bar in the Patak Road Karon, and also reacted harshly when other female workers tried to break up the fight.

The fight then continued at a local hospital where Browning was being treated for his injuries.

The report states that Browning fled the hospital on Sunday in Patong and has not been seen since. The police are currently staking out the Phuket International Airport in hopes of cutting off Browning if he attempts to leave the country.

Browning posted an update on his Facebook page after the alleged brawl, updating his status following the events that unfolded.

“Wow what a helluva weekend,” wrote Browning “Some (expletive) named Sie Menzies and about 10 of his friends started a fight with me. I guess just to test a ‘UFC fighter guy’ at this (expletive) little bar in Karon Thailand. Had a beer bottle and glass mug shattered on my head, then to make everything better, stabbed severely by some crazy Thai (expletive).

“On a positive note, I managed to break a few orbital bones, at least a couple jaws, and some unconscious bodies laying on the ground before I blacked out from loss of blood and apparently had to be resuscitated in the ambulance. So, how was your weekend?’

Browning has run afoul of the law before. In 2009, Browning was arrested after taking a handful of pills in an alleged suicide attempt, before assaulting several nurses at a local Las Vegas hospital.

Since exiting the UFC after the incident, Browning has gone 1-4 in his fight career, with his last four bouts ending in losses.

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