by Frankie Anderson
Carl Booth created a huge impact when he made his debut at Brave Combat Federation. Booth knocked out Gadzhimusa Gaziev at Brave 2: Dynasty hosted in Bahrain.
The welterweight fighter from Nottingham MMA who is the only person to have a knockout victory over Jarrah Al Selawe will be back in the promotion in the month of December.
The past three bouts for Booth were not in his favour as they ended up in two losses and a no-contest. Booth took a much-needed break in his career to focus on his training and to update his skill set. He had earlier announced that he will be making a return to Brave Combat Federation.
Booth will be competing in the upcoming fight card of Brave Combat Federation, taking place in South Africa. The welterweight will face Dino Bagattin from South Africa who trains under specialist coach, Richie Quan.
Dino Bagattin will be making his promotional debut with Brave Combat Federation and will be looking out for a dominating victory to continue his win record. Bagattin had a much-wanted victory at EFC in his previous appearance and has a professional record of 12-7-0.
Brave Combat Federation will host the nineteenth edition of the event during Combat Week Africa taking place on 2nd – 8th December 2018 at Super Bowl at Sun City.
The initiative is the largest combat sports festival ever held in South Africa. Brave 19 will take place on 8th December featuring major athletes from South Africa alongside International athletes. Adam Townsend will make his promotional debut and will headline the main event facing Mark Hulme from South Africa.