Carl Booth handed reigning Brave welterweight champion Jarrah Al Selawe his first loss in their first meeting.
The welterweight from Nottingham MMA started his professional career by knocking out the current champion within 31 seconds at Cage Warriors Fight Night 10.
Booth made his debut in Brave Combat Federation at Brave 2 knocking out Gadzhimusa Gaziev in the second round.
However, the former welterweight title contender faced a major set back with two losses in his previous appearances at Brave Combat Federation.
In his previous fight, he faced a major set back against Jarrah Al Selawe who won the fight by unanimous decision at Brave 9: The Kingdom of Champions held in Bahrain.
Now after nearly a years break, Booth has announced that he will be back to clean up the division.
Booth explained the reason for his absence, “I love the fact that Brave Combat Federation is growing and have a foothold around the world and introducing mixed martial arts to new markets. This is absolutely brilliant for the sport. One of the main reasons I haven’t fought this year is that I have been trying to improve my game”, stated Booth.
When Booth returns to action, the welterweight division of the promotion has undergone significant change. With multiple signings from around the world, the division will add multiple challenges for the returning main event star.
Booth has plans already set for his return, “I want to come back better, stronger and faster than ever before. On my next match I want to make a huge impact. I want no doubt to be there that I am one of the top competitors in the division. My last fight only delayed the outcome that I will be the welterweight champion of Brave Combat Federation”, stated Booth giving a hint for a trilogy fight against the reigning welterweight champion.