Brave CF Welterweight champion Jarrah Al-Selawe is days away from the biggest fight of his career as he takes on undefeated Abdoul Abdouraguimov in the main event of Brave 23: Pride and Honor. The historical show will take place on April 19th, in Amman, Jordan, and will feature two other title fights.
Before that, however, Al-Selawe wants to show his fans the improvements he has made since winning the title, back in September of last year with a first-round KO of then-titleholder Carlston Harris. He will host a special workout session for his supporters on Tuesday, in his head coach Samy AlJamal’s gym, Mat05, where he currently trains. In addition to his workout, Al-Selawe will also have a chat with the fans and talk to the press.
The Champion Workout will also have appearances by other Jordanian fighters who will be in action at Brave 23. Bantamweight Jalal Al Daaja will look to credential himself for a title shot when he meets Aidan James in the preliminary card and will be a part of the special event, showcasing the skills that have made him go on a three-fight win streak.
Ali Qaisi looks for his second win in as many fights for Brave Combat Federation and will make the final preparations for his bout against Georges Bardawil in the Champion Workout. He has trained extensively at the MAT05 gym and will showcase his talents to the fans there.
Aside from Al-Selawe x Abdouraguimov, Brave 23 will have Lightweight champion Abdul-Kareem Al-Selwady defending his crown against Brazil’s Luan Santiago, and Mounir Lazzez and Eldar Eldarov facing off for the first-ever Brave world Super Lightweight championship.