“He just wanted to shake it up a little bit. He felt like he was kind of in the same old rut, and wanted to do something a little different. We’re all very supportive of him doing that. Anything that’s best for the fighter — it’s not about us, it’s about Travis — so whatever is best for Travis. He just feels he needs to get out of his usual routine, learn some new stuff and shake it up. We’ve got to do what’s right for Travis. Whatever makes him happy and whatever he needs to do, that’s what he’ll do.”
In a recent interview with Sherdog.com, Greg Jackson discussed the departure of one of his top students, Travis Browne.
Ironically, his departure from Greg Jackson’s came around the same time his former opponent, Alistair Overeem, joined their ranks.