Another Canadian fighter is headed for Brave Combat Federation. After the Bahrain-based promotion signed former UFC fighter Jeremy Kennedy, the organization announced today that a deal has been made for Louie “Leonidas” Sanoudakis, one of the hottest prospects coming out of Canada.
Sanoudakis is 6-1 in his professional career and fights out of the world-famous TriStar Gym, alongside MMA legend Georges St. Pierre and under the tutelage of Firas Zahabi.
He will join an already stacked Bantamweight division, headed by champion Stephen Loman. “Leonidas” became the second Bantamweight to be signed by Brave in the last week, after the promotion also came to terms with South African prospect JP Buys.
The Canadian athlete has two wins by submission and four by decision, while also sustaining an impressive amateur record of six victories in as many bouts – three of those came by submission as well. Sanoudakis last fought in October of last year when he bounced back from his lone career loss with a dominant performance against Terry Bartholomew.