A true veteran of BRAVE Combat Federation, Ahmed ‘’The Butcher’’ Amir will have the opportunity to become the seventh Lightweight champion of the world when he takes on arch-rival Amin Ayoub in the main event of BRAVE CF 54, set for Konin, Poland, on September 25th.
Amir has been with the fastest-growing promotion in the world since its first event, back in September of 2016. Since then, he has gone through a lot, but feels that he deserves this moment as the number one contender and is ready to make the most of it.
‘’I’m not like any BRAVE CF fighter. I helped build BRAVE CF on my shoulders, and it has now developed into this amazing organization, the fastest-growing one in the world of MMA. I feel as one of the pillars of this great promotion. I was born a fighter here and I will become the best here. Now is the time to enjoy this moment and get this great belt, get what is my right’’, says ‘’The Butcher’’, who is eager to pay back the trust of teammates, family, friends, and fans on September 25th.
‘’Now is the time to get that belt and make everyone happy. Everyone who trusted me, everyone who put their thoughts and time into me. Let’s get this belt!’’.
Amir will attempt to keep a curious streak going, as no BRAVE CF Lightweight champion has been able to defend his belt so far, since Ottman Azaitar, the first titleholder, all the way to Amin Ayoub, the current champion, who defends his title for the first time.
BRAVE CF 54 will have 12 nations represented in 8 explosive bouts. Aside from the world title up for grabs in the main event, the much-anticipated returns of Muhammad Mokaev, Marcel Grabinski and Ismail Naurdiev are on deck. They will face Blaine O’Driscoll, Mihail Kotruta, and Olli Santalahti, respectively.
Roberto Villa is the CEO, Founder, Executive Writer, Senior Editor of FightBook MMA. Has a passion for Combat Sports and also a podcast host for Sitting Ringside. He’s also a former MMA fighter and Kickboxer.
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