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Jarrah Hussein Al-Silawi Chops Down Ismail Naurdiev, Defends Belt at Brave CF 50 – MMA Root

The judges set overtime for the Brave Combat Federation jam on Thursday.

The main event of the Brave CF 50 saw the 175 kg title Jarrah Hussein Al-Silawi (16-3) mark his first title defense against the alum of the Ultimate Fighting Championship, Ismail Naurdiev (20-5). “The Jordan Lion” and Naurdiev spent most of the opening stance studying each other, with the defending champion landing effectively while his opponent returned with repeated punches. Al-Silawi’s gameplan began to pay dividends as the fight progressed as “The Austrian Wonderboy” began to lose its legs. The defending champion forced Naurif to return to the fence as he chased his opponent with a kick after a blow. One of Al-Silawi’s kicks appeared to injure Naurif as the latter tried to remove a despair before collapsing while squeezing his leg. “The Jordanian Lion” prevented itself from inflicting more damage as the referee stopped the competition after 79 seconds in the second round.

The scheduled light heavyweight tilt between Mohamed Said Maalem and Mohammad Fakhreddine fell off the card after Fakhreddine retired a few hours before the race due to illness. At the new co-main event, former UFC contender Ali Bagautinov (21-7) demonstrated his fighting skills against UFC teammate Dustin Ortiz (19-9) to reach a place in the semifinals of the Brave’s flyweight grand prix. In the end, Bagautinov won 29-28, 29-28 and 29-28 by the judges, taking his place in the second semifinal. “The King Puncher” will clash with Jose Torres in a future date.

On the other side of the arm, Velimurad Alkhasov (8-1) beat UFC and Bellator MMA veteran Zach Makovsky (21-10) by a separate decision as he advanced to the final to await Bagautinov’s winner against Torres. Alkhasov took home the victory by taking a pair of 29-28 scorecards, as the third judge judged “Fun Size” with 29-28 results.

Earlier on the card, the 155kg title Amin Ayoub (16-4) prevailed on the scorecards against Mashrabjon Ruziboev (11-3-1) in a titleless 163-pound competition. Marcel Grabinski (21-6) scored a victory with the decision of Isa Isakov (8-3) in the super light section of Brave.

The 16-match card had some action amidst the large number of decisions. Louis Glismann (8-2) defeated Kevin Ruart (9-4) with fists with three seconds in lap 2 in the Brave super welterweight division. in a 145 pound match, Omar Solomanov (10-2) defeated Valeriu Mircea (25-7-1) by unanimous decision. Anton Turkalj (7-0) scored the fastest KO in the history of the promotion, beating Konstantin Soldatov (5-2) with a rotating backfist of just 13 seconds in the opening round of the 209 kg case. UFC alum Brad Catona (9-2) hit Borislav Nikolic (8-1) with a guillotine drowned 40 seconds in the third round in the 135 pound collision. in the middleweight division, Rustam Chsiev (4-2) forced the doctor to intervene and stop the match against Brendan Lesar (3-2) at the end of the starting lineup.

Early in the action, Carl Booth (10-4) hit welterweight teammate Carlos Belloso (7-2) with a heavy kick to the leg before punching him 72 seconds in Round 1. Alexander Keshtov (10-1) Won Bair Shtepin (9-4) on the scorecards in a 135 pound collision. Shoaib Yousaf (8-2) beat Steven Goncalves (6-3) by decision in the featherweight division. Maciej Gierszewski (8-6) gave Felipe Silva (9-5) his right hand and a vicious left hook that stopped the fight at the 2:28 mark of the first period in a 161 pound wrestling match. Magomed Magomedov (5-0) maintained his record flawless after raising Yann Liasse (4-1) by unanimous decision in the lightweight division. in the first period of the night, featherweight Glenn McVeigh (1-2) scored his first professional victory, marking Abdulmanap Magomedov (1-2) by unanimous consent.

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