Jeremy Pacatiw has signed the contract to compete at Brave 14 hosted in Omnisports indoor club of Tangier, Morocco on 18th August 2018.
Pacatiw who trains at Team Lakay will become the first fighter from the Philippines to compete at an event by the global promotion hosted in the continent of Africa.
Brave 14 has materialised as an initiative under His Highness Sheikh Khalid bin Hamad Al Khalifa of Bahrain and under the patronage of His Majesty King Mohammed VI of Morocco.
Pacatiw will face Keith Lee from the United States of America. Born in Detroit, Michigan, United States, Lee had an undefeated amateur career prior making his 5 fight professional career.
Keith Lee is the brother of the high profile UFC fighter, Kevin Lee.
Pacatiw will be competing in a top priority bout to bounce back from the losses suffered in his career. Currently, Jeremy Pacatiw is the fighter from the Philippines with the most number of appearances at Brave Combat Federation.
Pacatiw had suffered recent losses after making a statement by defeating two of the top talent from India and Brazil where he gained wins over Chaitanya Gavali and Diego Coleta.
Pacatiw fights in the bantamweight division which is dominated by the champion, Stephen Loman from Team Lakay, Philippines.
“The bout will be highly competitive and will showcase two of the most promising talent with contrasting styles. Athletes from the Philippines have displayed heart, commitment and skills which make them integral when Brave Combat Federation takes over the responsibility to bring the first-ever global mixed martial arts event to the continent of Africa.”
“This is also an opportunity to give a platform for athletes to showcase their skills around the world and to bring the martial arts community spread around the world closer”, said Mohammed Shahid, President of Brave Combat Federation.