Streaking Jeremy Pacatiw Set To Showcase Winning Form In Bahrain

Filipino bantamweight Jeremy “The Juggernaut” Pacatiw looks to continue his dominance in Brave Combat Federation when he travels to Bahrain on Friday, November 15 to face another stiff test in his quest to mixed martial arts supremacy.

Pacatiw looks to make it four wins in a row as he is scheduled to go toe-to-toe against Ali “The Royal Fighter” Al Qaisi of Jordan on the undercard of BRAVE CF 29 at the Khalifa Sports City Arena in Isa Town, Bahrain.

Considered by many as one of the up-and-coming stars in the Filipino martial arts scene, the 23-year-old Kapangan, Benguet native doesn’t have any plans of breaking his winning momentum as he moves closer to the top of his division.

“I’m so happy for this new opportunity. Excited and humbled for every fight that is given to me,” said Pacatiw.

“My training has been good. My brothers at Team Lakay is always there to help me everyday. We work on our striking and ground skills. Everyday I’m at my best to prepare myself for this bout,” he added.

Starting his career in Brave Combat Federation on the wrong foot after collecting a unanimous decision loss against Hamza Kooheji in his promotional debut at BRAVE CF 2 back in December 2016, Pacatiw since then has scored five big wins and just two losses in his last seven bouts.

In his last outing, the Filipino standout submitted his compatriot Mark Alcoba with an armbar at BRAVE CF 22 in front of his hometown fans in Manila.

Moreover, as he also extends his record this Friday for most bouts under the Bahrain-based promotion with 9, Pacatiw looks to continue his winning ways and show the improvements of his game every time he enters the Brave Combat Federation stage.

“Winning consecutively really helps but more than that, it helps me as a person as it makes me strive more and be grateful for what I have,” Pacatiw shared.

But despite having his confidence at its peak, Pacatiw refuses to look past his next opponent who has all the tools to stop his impressive run under the Brave Combat Federation banner.

Al Qaisi owns a 7-3 win-loss slate and also holds a winning streak of his own with four. This will be his 3rd bout under the Brave Combat Federation banner after scoring two impressive victories in his last two fights

“Al Qaisi is a very great athlete who has a strong ground game and power in his punches. That’s why I trained very hard for this match,” Pacatiw shared.

Despite the tough challenge waiting for him, “The Juggernaut” promises to be prepared and continue his impressive showing this 2019.

“There’s no secret to success. Perseverance, determination and focus, those are the things that I need to have against Al Qaisi. I’m all set and ready for this big match and will do my best to end the year with a win.”

Author: Fight Game Asia

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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