Brian Foster and Matt Brown kept the Spike prelim train rolling with much the same thing we got from Mark Munoz and Aaron Simpson. Foster and Brown were sloppy on the feet but their ground work featured a lot of very nice submission attempts, sweeps, takedowns, reversals and non stop action. It was Foster that initiated the majority of the takedowns and doing more damage on the feet.
Brown had a fairly deep armbar attempt in the first round but Foster stayed calm and popped his arm out to get back on top where he did his damage. On the feet he was landing awkward punches in combinations that were catching Brown with surprising consistency. In the second round there was an accidental groin shot by Brown but after Foster recovered he got a takedown and did very good work after a takedown.
Matt Brown attempted a single leg takedown from his knees and Foster locked in a deep guillotine choke that forced Brown to tap out. For Brown it was his third loss in a row, usually a "death sentence" as far as your UFC contract is concerned.