Jalal Al Daaja Calls Out Brave Bantamweight Champ Stephen Loman

Jalal Al Daaja picked his third consecutive win at Brave Combat Federation as he faced the undefeated Indian bantamweight fighter, Kantharaj Shankar at Brave 20. Brave 20 took place in the Gachibowli Arena in Hyderabad, India where Brave Combat Federation made their latest broadcast partnership with MTV India. At Brave 20, Al Daaja came after a streak of wins against Team Lakay stars, Jeremy Pacatiw and Crisanto Pitpitunge from the Philippines at Brave 9 and Brave 10. The bantamweight fighter from Jordan went against the undefeated Indian National Judo champion for two rounds. Kantharaj was knocked out with a powerful knee by Al Daaja in the second round.

The fighter from Jordan immediately called out for a bout against the reigning bantamweight world champion Stephen Loman in an upcoming event. Brave Combat Federation has recently announced that Stephen Loman will defend the world championship in the first half of 2019 in the event that will take place in the Philippines. Loman recently destroyed Felipe Efrain from Brazil during the title fight that took place in Bahrain to defend the world championship. Al Daaja is undergoing training in the finest fight camp in Jordan under veteran coaches Ali Al Tamri and Samy Al Jamal. The recent world championship title victory by the welterweight from Jordan, Jarrah Al Selawe had also boosted the morale and growth of the sport in Jordan.

“I had waited for so long. This is my third win in Brave Combat Federation. I have made the promise that I will bring the bantamweight world championship title to Jordan. I request Mohammed Shahid, President of Brave Combat Federation to make the fight for the bantamweight world championship title a reality. I want to face the world champion from the Philippines at Brave Combat Federation”, said Jalal Al Daaja after the victory at Brave 20.

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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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