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Brave 21: Rami Hamed hopes Gaziev win leads him to title shot

Newcomer Rami Hamed has his hands full for his Brave Combat Federation debut. The Lebanese fighter takes on Gadzhimusa Gaziev in the co-main event of Brave 21, set for this Friday (28), in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. However, he feels a win over the Russian can lead him to a title shot in the near future.

"Gaziev is a great fighter. But I am here to conquer. Eventually, I will become a Brave champion. I think a win over Gaziev can put me in a contender spot. My whole team has studied his game and we don't think his game matches mine. Let's do this!", says an animated Hamed.

In Saudi Arabia since the beginning of the week, who trains in Chicago alongside Brave Flyweight Jose "Shorty" Torres, Rami is relishing the experience and is delighted with his new home.

"Fighting for Brave is awesome! With this experience I'm having during fight week, I can definitely see Brave leading the MMA scene worldwide in a few years. I also have my good friend Jose Torres here with me. He has a lot of MMA knowledge and is an additional boost for me, for sure".

Brave 21 will be headlined by a Featherweight matchup between Jeremy Kennedy and Marat Magomedov. The fight show ends a historical year for Brave CF, after going to 12 countries in the last 12 months.