Stockholm, Sweden – Husein Kadimagomaev became a BRAVE CF fighter a week ago, and has already one win and now adds a performance bonus to his unblemished resume. With a 7-0 pro and 18-0 amateur records, ”Lamen Borz” made waves on his debut at BRAVE CF 40 by completely dominating Sven Fortenbacher en route to a second round TKO.
The debuting victory impressed the fastest-growing MMA organization in the world, which presented him with a bonus for Performance of the Night at the Sweden Finale. At only 20 years of age, Husein has a very impressive record, finishing all seven of his professional opponents.
At BRAVE CF 40, he mixed up hard leg kicks and relentless wrestling to overwhelm Fortenbacher in a match-up made a week ago. Kadimagomaev had already fought Sven before in the amateurs, but that was the first finish in their three fights – two amateurs.
His finish sequence was one of the nastiest of the night, as ”Lamen Borz” (The Mountain Wolf, translated from Chechen) took Fortenbacher down and began a series of hard punches, with violent ground and pound, forcing the referee to end the contest.
Kadimagomaev has been training under Andreas Michel at AllStars Training Center and with the likes of Khamzat Chimaev and BRAVE CF 40 main event winner Mochamed Machaev, but also trains at UFD, in Dusseldorf, Germany.
VIDEO – Husein Kadimagomaev finishes Sven Fortenbacher:
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