Jeremy Pacatiw

Jeremy Pacatiw sets a milestone at Brave CF

Jeremy Pacatiw have signed the contract for his seventh appearance in Brave Combat Federation. The fighter from Team Lakay, Philippines has the most number of appearances in Brave Combat Federation. Pacatiw had an undefeated amateur record but faced his first professional loss in Brave Combat Federation when he made his debut against Hamza Kooheji at Brave 2. Pacatiw went forth to defeat two major talent including dominating Chaitanya Gavali from Team Relentless at Brave 5 and finishing Thiago Dela Coleta at Brave 8 with a body shot.

The win streak was shot lived as Pacatiw faced two back to back defeats at Brave 9 and at Brave 11 against Jalal Al Daaja and Kaan Ofli respectively. Pacatiw returned alongside the Head Coach Mark Sangiao at Brave 14 to become the first fighter from Philippines to compete in the continent of Africa. Not only Pacatiw created a milestone but also shocked the audience by being the first fighter from Philippines to stop an athlete from Team Xtreme Couture which was found by MMA legend Randy Couture. Pacatiw defeated Keith Lee, brother of “Motown phenom” Kevin Lee by split decision. With the major win and comeback, Brave Combat Federation has welcomed the star from Philippines to be featured in the co-main event of the first International Mixed Martial Arts event to take place in Pakistan.

Jeremy Pacatiw will face the hometown favourite Uloomi Karim in the bantamweight division. Karim is one among the most talented strikers in Pakistan, fighting out of Team Fight Fortress which is among the best fight teams in the nation. Yet another win will boost Pacatiw’s career to be among the top fighters of the division. Currently the champion of the bantamweight division is Stephen Loman who is his team mate at Team Lakay. Training alongside the champion is expected to develop the game and experience of Pacatiw who will face Karim at Brave 17 taking place on 27th October in Lahore, Pakistan.

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