Brave Combat Federation will kick off 2018 with their 10th show in Amman, Jordan. Many fighters on the roster have been campaigning for a show in Jordan and they will get their wish on March 2nd.
With many fighters already throwing their hats in the octagon, we can expect a big show in March. There are several Jordanian fighters that should be a lock for this card so lets take a look at 5 fighters that should be on this card.
1. Jarrah Al-Selawe
Coming off arguably the biggest win of his career over Carl Booth in Bahrain, the “Jordanian Lion” is a perfect fit for this card. Al-Selawe avenged his loss to Booth in a much anticipated rematch, improving to a perfect 3-0 under the Brave banner. He wants a shot at Welterweight Champion Carlston Harris and it could very well happen in front of his home crowd in Jordan.
2. Abdul-Kareem Al-Selwady
The Palestinian/Jordanian Al-Selwady is one of the most popular fighters on the roster. Also a perfect 3-0 in Brave, Al-Selwady is on the cusp of a title fight. He most recently took out the experienced Brazilian Erick Da Silva earning him a performance of the night bonus. With Al-Selwady and Charlie Leary jawing at each other, a potential title eliminator fight between them would be huge for this upcoming card.
3. Jalal Al Daja
Jalal Al Daja bounced back from 2 straight losses with a first round TKO win over Jeremy Pacatiw in Brave CF 9 in Bahrain. The Jordanian bantamweight is an obvious addition to this big card and his recent training at Tiger Muay Thai with fellow Jordanian Jarrah Al-Selawe should help him take his career to the next level.
4. Nawras Abzakh
Despite dropping his Brave CF debut in Bahrain, the previously unbeaten Jordanian is also expected to be on this card. Presenting a dangerous submission game, the young bantamweight will look to bounce back emphatically in March.
5. Omar Hussein
Although not officially on the Brave roster, the Palestinian Omar Hussein has already started campaigning to be a part of this card. Hussein trains at the renowned Team Alpha Male gym, home to some of the biggest MMA stars in the world. Only 21 years old, the 2-0 pro would like nothing more than to compete in the Middle East, in front of the Jordanian crowd.