Brown, who coaches at American Top Team in Coconut Creek, Fla., has been getting the 115-pound champion ready for her fourth UFC title defense against Karolina Kowalkiewicz at Saturday's historic UFC 205. Brown, who's been training Jedrzejczyk for almost 10 weeks, is confident that Jedrzejczyk's talent and domination will translate into a stoppage Saturday night.
"I'm confident that she'll win," Brown told Ariel Helwani on Monday's edition of The MMA Hour. "I'm not sure how or when, but if she lands her shots and puts the pressure and really brings the heat like she can, I don't think it'll go to distance. Maybe second or third she'll wear her down and break her with volume."
Brown's confidence roots from his strong belief that Jedrzejczyk is technically superior than Kowalkiewicz. And although Kowalkiewicz is a solid challenge, Brown doesn't think Kowalkiewicz is Jedrzejczyk's toughest test in the strawweight division.
"I think she [Kowalkiewicz] squeaked by in a couple of those fights where she had three split-decision wins," Brown said. "Those fights were basically close, and I think Rose [Namajunas] was truly the better fighter in that fight, but Rose seemed to fatigue and gas in that fight. I think Karolina has very good conditioning, she's very tough, but I think Joanna is technically the superior fighter. So I think that's going to be the big difference, and I think Joanna should be the favorite and for good reason."
But Jedrzejczyk's opponent is not the only question looming over her title fight, as this fight marks Jedrzejczyk's first fight camp at ATT, and many are wondering how the champ will look Saturday night. Brown says that there won't be any big changes and that Jedrzejczyk will look just as dominant as she has looked in the past.
"You probably won't see a whole lot of changes for a while because obviously whatever she's doing it's working very well," Brown said. "She's an undefeated world champion, there's not many of those out there so she's definitely a gifted athlete and she knows what she's doing."
Although Brown will not be doing any fighting Saturday night, he'll still be able to witness this historic night cage side, coaching Jedrzejczyk in her title bout. Brown, who has compiled a lot of experience coaching numerous UFC fighters, calls being part of this experience an honor.
"It's really cool," Brown said. "I'm happy where the sport is going, and I'm just so happy to be part of it. I do love the sport and I've given my life to it. What a historical night it's going to be, and it's a true honor to be part of a camp of such a great athlete who has potential to be the greatest women fighter of all time."