Stephen Loman Battles to Solidify Legacy Further in 2020

After successfully defending his Brave Combat Federation Bantamweight World Title for the fourth-straight time, Filipino superstar Stephen “The Sniper” Loman of Team Lakay looks to continue his dominance this 2020.

The 24-year-old Baguio City native had a stellar 2019, starting with a fourth-round stoppage of Elias Boudegzdame of France at BRAVE CF 22 in Manila last March.

He attained an exceptional follow-up victory three months ago, dominating Canadian rising star Ilias “Leonidas” Sanoudakis to walk away with a unanimous decision win at BRAVE CF 30 in India.

Hailed as one of the best bantamweight athletes on the planet, Loman has upped the ante in his weight class with his world-class performances.

With a fruitful 2019 already in the books, Loman is back in training as he looks to sustain his winning momentum this year.

“2019 has been a very challenging year. I always push myself to the limit. Each fight is a chance for me to prove that I’m the champion for a reason,” Loman stated.

“I always make sure that I’m in tiptop shape. I’m just pushing myself more knowing that this year will present more challenges.”

One of the most versatile and complete fighter of the sport, taking good care of himself has become a habit for the hot-streaking Filipino World Champion

For Loman, his confidence and motivation to excel against his hungry challengers in his division have been the main reason why he still has the gold-plated strap around his waist.

“Confidence with my overall skillset as an athlete along with learning and adopting things quickly with the help of my teammates and coach Mark Sangiao has brought me to where I am today,” Loman expressed.

“It’s all about your passion and your personal belief that you are better than anyone else.”

Heading to the athletic prime of his career, expect the best form of “The Sniper” as he welcomes all his worthy challengers this year.

“If you are motivated to showcase your talent at any given stage, you will perform at your best,” Loman stated.

“My strength has always been my burning desire to win no matter what. Expect a hungrier and more motivated Stephen Loman in my upcoming bouts.”

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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