by Damon Martin – MMAWeekly.com
Junie Browning, who has become this season’s public enemy No. 1 on “The Ultimate Fighter” reality show, has decided to pick up his training schedule and work with Xtreme Couture. Representatives of the gym confirmed the news to MMAWeekly.com on Wednesday.
As soon as the latest season of The Ultimate Fighter started, just about everyone picked Browning as the cast member that would long be remembered for his antics and behavior in the house.
Now with his move to Xtreme Couture, fans and critics alike will understand that obviously Browning is taking his fight career as seriously as he did any craziness in the house while filming the show.
UFC heavyweight champion and founder of Xtreme Couture, Randy Couture, talked about Browning’s addition to the team during a recent appearance on MMAWeekly Radio.
“He’s been very quiet in the gym, there’s been no antics, there’s been no nothing,” Couture said. “He shows up everyday and straps his gloves on and gets his work done.”
Currently the young Kentucky native holds a 2-0 professional record and as of now on The Ultimate Fighter has also defeated housemate Roli Delgado by decision.
Browning joins a camp of unbelievable talent in the lightweight division including fighters such as Tyson Griffin, Gray Maynard and former TUF champion Mac Danzig. Of course he will also benefit from coaches like Shawn Tompkins and Randy Couture to learn from their experience in how to succeed in MMA.
According to reports, Browning started training with the camp about a week and a half ago.