Making his debut for the London based organisation Barat brings with him an impressive amateur record of 4-2-0. Last we saw the powerhouse from Norway was back in 2019 at Vision MMA Combat UK 4 in Carlisle. Taking on and defeating in submissive fashion HAMMA’s Iain Rollason. Proving that not all heavyweights go for the traditional KO/TKO victory, he will bring his unique style to succeed and set his sights on the FSC’s heavyweight divisions top Contenders no doubt.
Sharing the cage with him will be Urban Warriors Academy’s own Mario Pinto. His first step on the professional circuit was back in 2021. Taking on and defeating via KO/TKO, fierce opponent Joffie Kingsley at Contenders31 London. With volatile strength and a thirst for success on the professional circuit, Mario could also be setting his sights on the ultimate prize of heavyweight gold with Raj Singh’s London based organisation.
These two giants are set to collide at the Brentford Fountain Leisure Centre in London on March 19th. The Heavyweight division has always given fight fans some of the most colossal bouts the world has ever seen. Make sure to grab your tickets before they’re gone as Godzilla vs King Kong ain’t got nothing on these to warriors.