Beirut, Lebanon’s Mohammad Fakhreddine earns 3rd Brave CF win at ‘Brave 27’ in Abu Dhabi, UAE

Training out of Tiger Muay Thai Lebanon in Beirut, Lebanon and Shishani Submission Systems in Amman, Jordan, Mohammad “The Latest” Fakhreddine, 35, of Beirut was one of the winners at “Brave 27.” It was his third victory in the Bahrain-based mixed martial arts promotion Brave Combat Federation.

Brave CF held “Brave 27” at the Mubadala Arena in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates with 10 MMA bouts. In the sixth bout of the evening, Fakhreddine fought Christofer Silva, 29, of Niteroi, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, who is representing the American Top Team branch in the UAE.

With Marc Goddard as the referee, Fakhreddine and Silva competed in the middleweight division. Goddard put a stop to the contest after 21 seconds in the first round.

Silva’s left leg appeared to have been unexpectedly injured and signaled that he could not continued. In the end, Goddard raised the hand of Fakhreddine, who was declared the winner via technical knockout.

Winning at “Brave 27” improved the professional MMA record of Fakhreddine to 12 win, 3 losses, 0 loss and 1 No Contest. On the other hand, Silva now has 4 wins, 2 losses, 0 draw and 1 loss.

In the main event of the evening, Jarrah “The Jordanian Lion” Al-Selawe, 26, of Amman, Jordan regained the Brave Combat Federation Welterweight World Championship title. He dethroned Abdoul “The Conqueror” Abdouraguimov, 23, of Nantes, France.

In the co-main event, Alex Martinez, 25, of Paraguay and Canada maintained his undefeated professional MMA record. He knocked out Anas “The Moroccan Sensation” Siraj Mounir, 33, Morocco  in the lightweight division.

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