Carl Booth had made a name for himself in Brave Combat Federation with toughest fights. However the welterweight had a disappointing run lately with two back to back defeats in the promotion. However these came against the former champion, Carlston Harris at Brave 8 hosted in Curitiba, Brazil and against the current champion, Jarrah Al Selawe at Brave 9 hosted in Bahrain.
Booth has taken a break from active competition to focus on his training and to develop his game plan. Booth had been actively training at the Gracie Barra Nottingham and Nottingham MMA preparing for his return. The welterweight fighter who made a splash into the growing world of Mixed Martial Arts in the Middle East in early 2014, by knocking out Jarrah Al Selawe in merely 31 seconds has recently signed the fight contract to make his return to Brave Combat Federation.
“Can’t wait to get back in the cage at Brave Combat Federation and test myself and the improvements to my game. The time off helped to get me injury proof, healthier and train to cover weak points in my game plan. Now it is time for the Bomber to be unleashed”, said Booth.
In the division, the coming months offer numerous choices for the returning welterweight from the United Kingdom. Brave Combat Federation will feature multiple welterweight stars hungry to mark their dominance as the race to the title is getting intense with the latest signings. Tahar Hadbi, David Bear, Carlston Harris, Mohammad Fakhreddine and more are waiting to make a return with a dominating show to take the leap to the next level of competition in the division. Brave CF is expected to reveal the edition and opponent for Booth in the coming days. However it is clear that Booth will be returning after Brave 18 which will take place in Bahrain during the Brave International Combat Week 2018.