Stephen Loman Supports Uloomi vs Pacatiw as the Fight of the Night

Stephen Loman, Bantamweight world champion of Brave Combat Federation has expressed his opinion that the co-main event bout between Uloomi Karim and Jeremy Pacatiw qualifies as the fight of the night. The bout showcased Pacatiw for the first time in a co-main event at Brave Combat Federation.

The back and forth fight went the distance with judges unanimously deciding in favour of Pacatiw. The bout was well received by the audience in Pakistan and Uloomi was hailed for his display of heart for competing with his injured eye.

The bout ended with both the fighters giving their best in a bout which could easily be one of the best performances in the careers of both fighters. Apart from Loman, the former welterweight world champion, Carlston Harris also came forward supporting the bout to be announced as the fight of the night from Brave 17.

The bout was specifically noted as both the fighters and their respective fight teams showed mutual respect and shared their admiration towards the audience who were on their toes throughout the fight.

Both fighters have stated that they are eager to compete as soon as they recover from their injuries. The bout has also been a major landmark in the career of Jeremy Pacatiw who has competed in 7 editions out of a total of 17 editions of Brave Combat Federation.

Pacatiw is currently the fighter with most number of appearances in the Bahrain based global mixed martial arts promotion. It has been hinted that Pacatiw will soon be competing in the month of December.

Author: Robert Belen

Robert Belen is a long-time combat sports writer for dSource Boxing. An avid sports fan, he knows no fear nor partiality in his reporting. If you have a problem with him, tell it to his face. (We bid you not.) You can follow him on Twitter @robertbelen

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