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Pacatiw seeks 3rd win in Brave 9 in Bahrain
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KAPANGAN PRIDE -- Jeremy Pacatiw is seeking for his third straight win in the undercard of Brave 9 set in Bahrain on Nov. 17. -- HFP

Kapangan pride Jeremy Pacatiw will be back in Brave Combat Federation, as he seeks to extend his winning streak to three.

Pacatiw, a student of the University of the Cordilleras and fights out of Team Lakay, will face Jala Al Daaja of Jordan in the bantamweight undercard of Brave 9 in Bahrain on Nov. 17.

Brave promotion described Pacatiw as one of the most popular fighters coming out of the Philippines after beating Chaitanya Gavali via split decision at Brave 5 and knocking out Thiago Dela Coleta at Brave 8 in Brazil.

Al Daaja, on the other hand, is looking to bounce back from a rocky start at Brave CF. Al Daaja had a good performance at Brave 4 but ended up being submitted by Frans Mlambo only one minute before the end of the third round.

Brave 9 will be headlined by Lakay’s Stephen Loman and Gurdarshan Mangat of Canada for the inaugural Brave bantamweight world champion.

Brave 9: The Kingdom of Champions marks the promotion’s return to the Kingdom of Bahrain after a year spent expanding its operations and putting on groundbreaking events in countries such as Brazil (twice), Mexico, India, Kazakhstan, and the United Arab Emirates. Brave 9 will be the culmination of the International Combat Week, alongside the IMMAF World Championships, under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Nasser bin Hamad Al Khalifa.

 
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