Tiger Schulmann’s Bradley Desir faces new challenge in ROC title defense
With just two weeks to prepare, Ring of Combat, defending lightweight champion, Bradley Desir accepted a fight against Bellator vet and very tough fighter in Julian ” Night Train” Lane.
Lane is 11-6 and has an opportunity to take what belongs to the champion.
Desir says he will go in there and do his thing regardless of the fighter and the change in style of opponent.
Max Bohanan had to withdraw from the title bout, and Lane was happy to jump on a chance.
Max is more of a pure BJJ fighter, who trains under Ricardo Almeida, than Lane who says he likes to bang. That is right up Desir’s alley because his striking is at the top of his game right now.
Desir’s submissions are also strong as he has finished his opponent in all eight of his wins. Bradley trains with the Team Tiger Schulmann and has a long list of excellent fighters who help him improve every day. This will be a very entertaining fight.
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