Brave Combat Federation has made a major signing for Brave 21 hosted in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia on 28th December. Rami Hamed has finished all of his MMA fights in spectacular fashion inside the first round. Hamed (6-2) has won three straight fights in his career, including a first-round submission over Isidro Rodriguez at Titan 46 in November.
Hamed had his last fight at Titan FC 48: Torres vs Orellano for a shot at the promotion’s welterweight title, facing Jose Caceres (13-7), the brother of UFC fighter Alex Caceres. A bout he lost in the fifth round to submission via Rear Naked Choke. Apart from Jose Caceres, the only other fighter to defeat Rami Hamed is the reigning Welterweight world champion of Brave Combat Federation, Jarrah Al Selawe. Al Selawe had forced Hamed to submit to a painful Kimura at the very first round at Desert Force 24.
Hamed’s return will prompt major permutations of exciting bouts at Brave Combat Federation. In his promotional debut the welterweight star will be featured in the co-main event to face the rising prospect from Dagestan, Russia – Gadzhimusa Gaziev. Gaziev is on a dominant run as he decimated Leonardo Mafra Texeira focing during Brave 12 in Jakarta, Indonesia forcing him to go for a verbal submission as well as scoring a TKO win over Mohammad Fakhreddine at Brave 16 hosted in Abu Dhabi, UAE.
Fighting out of American Top Team/ Jab Training Center, Hamed he is among the last of the major names when it comes to MMA in the Middle East to join Brave Combat Federation. The event in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia marks the year ending show for Brave Combat Federation and features some of the biggest names in the Middle East.