Pinoy to make history as fighter with most bouts for Bahrain’s combat federation

Brave Combat Federation (BCF), an MMA organization based in Bahrain, will see a Filipino go in its history books as the fighter with the most number of fights this November, Gulf Daily News reported.

Jeremy Pacatiw, known as “The Juggernaut,” will take on a fighter from Jordan, Ali Qaisi, on November 15 at Khalifa Sports City Arena in Isa Town, and will thus become the fighter with the most number of bouts for the organization—with nine fights under its banner.

After the fight, Pacatiw will beat the record of Brave’s welterweight world champion Jarrah Al Selawe, who has eight fights.

The Filipino fighter has a record of five wins and three losses for BCF, with the last win done during the organization’s debut in the Philippines this year. He has also conducted bouts in many countries around the world, including Brazil, Indonesia, Morocco, and Pakistan.

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