The inaugural Brave Combat Federation welterweight title will be on the line on August 12th.
Brave President Mohammed Shahid made the announcement of Brave 8 earlier today, take place in Curitiba, Brazil. With it the first fights on the card were revealed.
Fakhreddine vs. Booth
In the co-main event of Brave 8, Mohammed Fakhreddine (10-1) or Carl Booth (7-1) will become the organization’s first welterweight titleholder.
Fakhreddine, the face of Middle Eastern MMA, made his promotional debut at Brave 4 where he scored a TKO victory over Marcus Vinicius Cruz. One month later he went on to dismantle Poland’s Lukasz Witos in Brave 6, Kazakhstan. Fakhreddine now boasts a record of 10 wins and 1 loss, riding a remarkable 6 fight win streak. When he steps into the cage, he looks to the end fight with clear ambition. His opponent the highly touted English fighter, Carl Booth, will be met with scary heavy hands.
Booth who turned pro in 2014 made his Brave debut with a bang! At Brave 2: Dynasty, Carl Booth knocked out the highly dangerous Gaziev with a single punch. That was all it took to turn the heads in his direction. Also known to go for the finish, Booth walks into this title fight with no losses on his record since 2015 ( 3 KO/TKO , 2 Submissions, 1 Decision, 1 No Contest ).
In the main event, another inaugural title will be on the line as Light Heavyweights Klidson Abreu (10-2-0) from Brazil, and Timo Feucht (6-0-0) of Germany square off for the 93 kg strap. Abreu is coming off a submission win over Artur Guseinov, at Brave 4: Unstoppable, while Germany’s Feucht makes his promotional debut and is undefeated thus far in his mixed martial arts career.