Never knocked out in his entire career Kowalewicz poses threat to Elias

Jakub Kowalewicz will face Elias Boudegzdame for the featherweight championship of Brave Combat Federation at Amman, Jordan at Brave 10: The Kingdom Rises. The former KSW fighter is one of the leading competitors in the roaster of the Bahrain based MMA promotion. Having never been knocked out in his entire career, Jakub has also put an end to the 19 fight win streak of Alex da Silva Coelho from Brazil at Brave 5: Go for Glory held in Mumbai, India.

While Elias had been holding the featherweight championship for nearly a year, this will be for the first time the Algerian sports icon will be defending the championship. Jacub is on a three fight win streak which has to be taken seriously by the champion while defending the title. Jakub is training at the WCA Fight Team at Warsaw, Poland to prepare for the championship title fight at Amman.

“The bout will be an exciting showdown between a submission machine fighting a pure striker who had never been knocked out in his fight career. This will give the fans in Jordan a chess game that they have never witnessed ever before. Jakub will be returning to the cage after a long break and this fight is crucial for his career. Both the fighters are young and have a long road ahead. This fight will definitely be a milestone for both the fighters to look forward to.”, said Mohammed Shahid, President of Brave Combat Federation.

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