Undefeated Welterweight veteran Mounir “The Sniper” Lazzez (6-0) has sealed a three fight deal with Brave Combat Federation, and he will be making the move to lightweight.
Lazzez holds a pro record of 6 wins and 0 losses, and has five stoppages, all by way of knockout.
In his last appearance, Lazzez defeated Belgian Christoper Vandijck (8-4) via unanimous decision last December in the main event of Phoenix FC 4.
“Brave CEO Mohammed Shahid and I first brought up the idea two years back, but at the time I was injured.
A couple of months ago, Mohammed Shahid re-contacted me, and I confirmed my interest in signing with Brave. My contract is open with Phoenix Fighting Championship and I am able to sign with Brave CF. After two months of negotiations, we signed a three fight contract, and we agreed on my move to lightweight.”
With his reach and height, the move to lightweight is strategic to the Tunisian, who was already rocking it among the welterweights.
“I am the smaller guy at welterweight, and dropping to 70Kg is definitely doable for me. Many are doubting that I will miss weight, but trust me, I will always be on point at the scales.”
Mounir Lazzez will be joining Brave CF’s lightweight division, which holds some of the promotion’s toughest athletes, including Luan Santiago, Abdulkareem Al Selwady, Lucas Martins, and current champion Ottman Azaitar.
“I am coming to Brave CF lightweight division to clean it. Be ready!”