USA vs Sweden: Jose Torres, Amir Albazi fight at ‘Brave 23: Pride and Honor’ in Jordan

Jose Torres, Amir Albazi

The United States, Sweden and Iraq were among the 16 countries represented at “Brave 23: Pride and Honor” on April 19, 2019. It was the second Brave Combat Federation event to take place in the country.

Featuring 12 mixed martial arts matches, which included three title bouts, “Brave 23: Pride and Honor” took place at the Martyr Rashid Al-Ziyoud Hall Boxing Arena in Amman, Jordan. The seventh bout of the evening was between Jose “Shorty” Torres, 26, of the U.S. and Amir “The Prince” Albazi, 25, Iraq and Sweden.

Torres solely represented the U.S. at “Brave 23: Pride and Honor” while Albazi was one of the two fighters who represented Sweden and one of the two fighters who represented Iraq. Bahrain, Brazil, Canada, Egypt, England, France, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Russia, South Africa, Tunisia and Wales were also represented.

Blue Corner

Albazi made his successful professional MMA debut in 2009 and in the same year, he earned his second professional MMA win. Born in Baghdad, Iraq, he relocated with his family to Sweden because of war.

“Brave 23: Pride and Honor” marked Albazi’s Brave CF debut. He competed in Bellator MMA from 2017 to 2018.

Red Corner

Torres made his successful professional MMA debut in 2016. In the same year, he earned two more wins.

“Brave 23: Pride and Honor” marked Torres’s Brave CF debut. He previously competed in Titan Fighting Championship and in the Ultimate Fighting Championship.

Fight Result

Torres and Albazi competed in the flyweight division.

After three five-minute rounds, the flyweight contest was left in the hands of the judges. In the end, the referee raised the hand of Torres, who was declared the winner via unanimous decision.

All of the judges scored the bout 29-28 in favor of Torres. It made him the first fighter to defeat Albazi in a professional MMA bout.

Winning at “Brave 23: Pride and Honor” improved Torres’s professional MMA record to 9 wins and 1 loss. Albazi now has 11 wins and 1 loss.

“Brave 23: Pride and Honor” Title Bouts

Luan “Miau” Santiago, 24, of Brazil challenged Brave CF Lightweight Champion Abdul-Kareem “Pride of Palestine” Al-Selwady, 23, in the first co-main event. [RESULT TO BE ADDED HERE]

Mounir “The Sniper” Lazzez, 31, of Tunisia and Eldar “Khan” Eldarov, 27, of Bahrain competed for the inaugural Brave CF Super Lightweight Championship title in the second co-main event. [RESULT TO BE ADDED HERE]

Abdoul “Sinistro” Abdouraguimov, 23, challenged reigning Brave CF Welterweight Champion Jarrah “The Jordanian Lion” Al-Selawe, 26, of Jordan in the main event. [RESULT TO BE ADDED HERE]

Check all the official results on Conan Daily.

Jordan vs Wales: Jalal Al Daaja, Aidan James fight at ‘Brave 23: Pride and Honor’ in Amman

Jalal Al Daaja, Aidan James

Jordan and Wales were among the 16 countries represented at “Brave 23: Pride and Honor” on April 19, 2019. It was the second Brave Combat Federation event to take place in the country.

Featuring 12 mixed martial arts matches, which include three title bouts, “Brave 23: Pride and Honor” took place at the Martyr Rashid Al-Ziyoud Hall Boxing Arena in Amman, Jordan. The sixth bout of the evening was between was between Jalal Al Daaja, 31, of Amman, Jordan and Aidan James, 23, of Merthyl Tydfil, Wales.

Al Daaja was one of the five hometown heroes at “Brave 23: Pride and Honor” while James solely represented Wales. Bahrain, Brazil, Canada, Egypt, England, France, Iraq, Lebanon, Morocco, Russia, South Africa, Sweden, Tunisia and the United States were also represented.

Blue Corner

An International Mixed Martial Arts Federation alum, James made his successful professional MMA debut in 2017. He joined Brave CF in 2018.

“Brave 23: Pride and Honor” marked James’s third Brave CF bout. He previously competed in Adrenalin Fight Nights.

Red Corner

Al Daaja has been competing professionally since 2014. He earned his first professional MMA win in 2015 and joined Brave CF in 2017.

“Brave 23: Pride and Honor” marked Al Daaja’s fifth Brave CF bout. He previously competed in Desert Force MMA and Phoenix Fighting Championship, among others.

Fight Result

Al Daaja and James competed in the bantamweight division. It was the last bout on the preliminary card.

The referee put a stop to the bantamweight contest in the third round. James knocked out Al Daaja with a counter hook.

Winning at “Brave 23: Pride and Honor” improved James’s professional MMA record to 4 wins and 0 loss. On the other hand, Al Daaja now has 6 wins and 4 losses.

“Brave 23: Pride and Honor” Title Bouts

Luan “Miau” Santiago, 24, of Brazil challenged Brave CF Lightweight Champion Abdul-Kareem “Pride of Palestine” Al-Selwady, 23, in the first co-main event. [RESULT TO BE ADDED HERE]

Mounir “The Sniper” Lazzez, 31, of Tunisia and Eldar “Khan” Eldarov, 27, of Bahrain competed for the inaugural Brave CF Super Lightweight Championship title in the second co-main event. [RESULT TO BE ADDED HERE]

Abdoul “Sinistro” Abdouraguimov, 23, challenged reigning Brave CF Welterweight Champion Jarrah “The Jordanian Lion” Al-Selawe, 26, of Jordan in the main event. [RESULT TO BE ADDED HERE]

Check all the official results on Conan Daily.

Morocco vs Canada: Anas Siraj Mounir, Alex Martinez fight at ‘Brave 23: Pride and Honor’ in Jordan

Alex Martinez, Anas Siraj Mounir

Morocco and Canada were among the 16 countries represented at “Brave 23: Pride and Honor” on April 19, 2019. It was the second Brave Combat Federation event to take place in the country.

Featuring 12 mixed martial arts matches, which included three title bouts, “Brave 23: Pride and Honor” took place at the Martyr Rashid Al-Ziyoud Hall Boxing Arena in Amman, Jordan. The fifth bout of the evening was between Anas “The Moroccan Sensation” Siraj Mounir, 33, of Morocco and Alex Martinez, 24, of Canada.

Mounir was the only fighter who represented Morocco at “Brave 23: Pride and Honor” while Martinez solely represented Canada. Bahrain, Brazil, Egypt, England, France, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Russia, South Africa, Sweden, Tunisia, the United States and Wales were also represented.

Blue Corner

An International Mixed Martial Arts Federation alum, Martinez made his successful professional MMA debut in 2016. He earned two wins in 2017 and two wins in 2018.

“Brave 23: Pride and Honor” marked Martinez’s second Brave CF bout. He previously competed in Hard Knocks Fighting, Xcessive Force Fighting Championship and Modern Fighting Championship.

Red Corner

Mounir made his successful professional MMA debut in 2013 and in the same year, he earned two more wins. He joined Brave CF in 2018.

“Brave 23: Pride and Honor” marked Mounir’s second Brave CF bout. He previously competed in Desert Force MMA and Phoenix Fighting Championship, among others.

Fight Result

Mounir and Martinez competed in the lightweight division. Unfortunately, the bout ended early with no winner.

In the first round, Martinez went for a low kick, which was illegal although accidental. As a result, Mounir was unable to continue and the bout was declared a No Contest.

Now, Mounir holds a professional MMA record of 7 wins, 1 loss and 1 No Contest. Martinez now has 5 wins, 0 loss and 1 No Contest.

“Brave 23: Pride and Honor” Title Bouts

Luan “Miau” Santiago, 24, of Brazil challenged Brave CF Lightweight Champion Abdul-Kareem “Pride of Palestine” Al-Selwady, 23, in the first co-main event. [RESULT TO BE ADDED HERE]

Mounir “The Sniper” Lazzez, 31, of Tunisia and Eldar “Khan” Eldarov, 27, of Bahrain competed for the inaugural Brave CF Super Lightweight Championship title in the second co-main event. [RESULT TO BE ADDED HERE]

Abdoul “Sinistro” Abdouraguimov, 23, challenged reigning Brave CF Welterweight Champion Jarrah “The Jordanian Lion” Al-Selawe, 26, of Jordan in the main event. [RESULT TO BE ADDED HERE]

Check all the official results on Conan Daily.

Jordan vs Lebanon: Ali Qaisi, Georges Bardawil fight at ‘Brave 23: Pride and Honor’ in Jordan

Ali Qaisi, Georges Bardawil

Jordan and Lebanon were among the 16 countries represented at “Brave 23: Pride and Honor” on April 19, 2019. It was the second Brave Combat Federation event to take place in the country.

Featuring 12 mixed martial arts matches, which include three title bouts, “Brave 23: Pride and Honor” took place at the Martyr Rashid Al-Ziyoud Hall Boxing Arena in Amman, Jordan. The fourth bout of the evening was between Ali “The Royal Fighter” Qaisi, 28, of Jordan and Georges Bardawil, 25, of Lebanon.

Qaisi was one of the five fighters who represented Jordan at “Brave 23: Pride and Honor” while Bardawil solely represented Lebanon. Bahrain, Brazil, Canada, Egypt, England, France, Iraq, Morocco, Russia, South Africa, Sweden, Tunisia, the United States and Wales were also represented.

Blue Corner

Bardawil made his successful professional MMA debut in 2014. He joined Brave CF in 2018.

“Brave 23: Pride and Honor” marked Bardawil’s second Brave CF bout. He previously competed in Desert Force MMA, Evolution Fighting Championship and Cedar Fighting Championship, among others.

Red Corner

Qaisi earned his first professional MMA win in 2016. He joined Brave CF in 2018.

“Brave 23: Pride and Honor” marked Qaisi’s second Brave CF bout. He previously competed in Desert Force MMA, Kunlun Fight and Phoenix Fighting Championship, among others.

Fight Result

Qaisi and Bardawil competed in the bantamweight division.

After three five-minute rounds, the bantamweight contest was left in the hands of the judges. In the end, the referee raised the hand of Qaisi, who was declared the winner via unanimous decision.

Winning at “Brave 23: Pride and Honor” improved Qaisi’s professional MMA record to 7 wins and 3 losses. On the other hand, Bardawil now has 7 wins and 2 losses.

“Brave 23: Pride and Honor” Title Bouts

Luan “Miau” Santiago, 24, of Brazil challenged Brave CF Lightweight Champion Abdul-Kareem “Pride of Palestine” Al-Selwady, 23, in the first co-main event. [RESULT TO BE ADDED HERE]

Mounir “The Sniper” Lazzez, 31, of Tunisia and Eldar “Khan” Eldarov, 27, of Bahrain competed for the inaugural Brave CF Super Lightweight Championship title in the second co-main event. [RESULT TO BE ADDED HERE]

Abdoul “Sinistro” Abdouraguimov, 23, challenged reigning Brave CF Welterweight Champion Jarrah “The Jordanian Lion” Al-Selawe, 26, of Jordan in the main event. [RESULT TO BE ADDED HERE]

Check all the official results on Conan Daily.