Jeremy Kennedy has signed a multi-fight contract with Brave Combat Federation ending his tenure with UFC. Kennedy holds an 11-1 record and trains at Xtreme Couture full time. The 25 year old fighter from Canada is among the top upcoming talents in the world and held a 11 fight win streak before taking his first loss. Sources close to Kennedy revealed that he will be looking forward to fight in the month of August. Kennedy had been the cornerman of the Bantamweight competitor, Gurdarshan Mangat.
Kennedy is speculated to compete in the featherweight division of Brave Combat Federation. The division is currently dominated by Elias Boudegzdame. Recently the division witnessed signing more athletes. The promotion has hinted that flyweight, featherweight and middleweight divisions will witness athlete signings in the coming days. Kennedy will become the second fighter signed by the promotion with Canada.
“I chose Brave CF because when I went out a couple times to corner Gary Mangat, I really liked their team and how they ran things. Brave CF is one of the bigger organisations based out of Asia, so I wanted to test myself against some of the best international fighters in the world”, said Jeremy Kennedy.