Brave Combat Federation has signed a multi-fight agreement with the top-rated French super prospect Abdoul “Sinistro” Abdouraguimov, 22. Hailing from Nantes, France, he is an undefeated mixed martial artist with a professional record of 6 wins and 1 No Contest.
Abdouraguimov has fought against some of the stiffest competition in the European Circuit. His only non-victory came by way of No Contest against Georges “The Lebanese Bulldozer” Eid, 27, of Lebanon in a fight for the European Beatdown Welterweight title at “EBD 3” on March 17, 2018 at the Mons Arena in Mons, Belgium.
At “EBD 3,” Abdouraguimov dominated from start to finish until an accidental strike to the back of the head resulted in the no contest. Prior to this bout, the French fighter maintained a clean record by defeating Adrien Moreira of Germany, Sofiane “The Lion” Aissaoui and Gael Grimaud of France, Nayeb “The Strangler” Hezam of France, Aleko “Ako” Saghliani of Georgia and Tanauzu “Tana” Ruiz of Spain.
With the addition of Abdouraguimov, the Brave CF welterweight division now has more depth and competition. The welterweight championship is soon set to be defended for the first time by the reigning champion, Carlston Harris of Guyana.
Currently, the Brave CF welterweight lineup consists of global stars including Harris, Tahar “Fast Hands” Hadbi of Algeria, Sidney “The All-American Kid” Wheeler of the United States, Carl “The Bomber” Booth of England, Jarrah “The Jordanian Lion” Al Selawe of Jordan and Eid’s fellow Lebanese Mohammad “The Latest” Fakhreddine. Also in the same division are Abdouraguimov’s fellow French fighters David Bear, Karl “Psycho” Amoussou and Mehdi “The Sultan” Baghdad.