Pacatiw Expects Non-Stop Action Against Al Qaisi At BRAVE CF 29

Filipino standout Jeremy “The Juggernaut” Pacatiw of Team Lakay looks to strengthen his spot at the upper echelon of the stacked bantamweight division when he makes his third return to Bahrain later this evening.

The Team Lakay representative will face Ali “The Royal Fighter” Al Qaisi of Jordan in a three-round bantamweight affair on the undercard of BRAVE CF 29 at the Khalifa Sports City Arena in Isa Town, Bahrain.

This is a clash that guarantees fast-paced action as Pacatiw is keen to make his mark against his Jordanian counterpart.

“BRAVE 29 is one of the biggest events of Brave Combat Federation that is why I will do my best to secure another win,” said Pacatiw.

“Being part of this card is the culmination of all the hardships that I went through, that’s why I don’t have any plans of wasting this another golden opportunity Brave has given me,” he added.

Preparing his war against “The Royal Fighter” for the past couple weeks, Pacatiw has already visualized different scenarios that might happen when he comes face to face with his Jordanian opponent in the middle of the cage. 

Pacatiw is completely aware of the task he will be facing in Bahrain and for him, the only solution to whatever Al Qaisi will bring is to be fully prepared.

“Al Qaisi is a well-rounded fighter. He has a very strong game which makes this matchup an interesting one this Friday,” Pacatiw shared.

“I expect him to go toe-to-toe with me in striking, and then I’ll see. If I have problems with him standing, then maybe I could take him down. That’s why I need to be ready,” he added.

“This is the best test for me. Al Qaisi is also in a winning streak. This is where I’ll find out how much I’ve grown as an athlete.”

Pacatiw knows that both of them have the skill and physicality to finish in devastating fashion, and this means fans can expect an all-action battle in Bahrain, with the potential for a highlight-reel finish at any moment.

However, despite being reluctant to make any bold predictions, Pacatiw doesn’t have any plans of hearing the final bell.

“It’s really big for me to get a win in decisive fashion,” Pacatiw stated. 

“My game plan is to knock him out, but if this goes to the ground I have no problems looking for submission as well.”

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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