Ahmed Amir’s current win streak started three years back, and was topped by two impressive finishes at Brave Combat Federation. He dismantled Richie Martinez in his promotional debut at Brave 1 and went on to put Kevin Koldobsky to sleep at Brave 4.
The Egyptian has been as impressive as any star on the Brave roster, and his striking and ability for spectacular submissions puts him in the company of Fakhreddine and Al Selwady.
After sensing the lack of recognition in the welterweight division, Ahmed Amir (7-1-0) decided to take a new route in the 70Kg division.
Yet, one of the most compelling chapters of the 26-year-old’s journey is set to begin when he makes his long-awaited return to the cage this December:
“I am expecting to return to the cage this December. My next appearance will mark the third fight under Brave CF.”
Ahmed Amir has spent years honing his skills, building up his record, destroying his opponents, and amassing fans. He will do whatever it takes to earn that belt.
“In my training, I work on improving all of my skills. At the moment, I am training with Ahmed Fares, one of the most skilled fighters in the Middle East.
“At this point, I don’t care who stands in my way, I am there to get that belt.”