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Loman set to defend Brave CF title in India
by Harley F. Palangchao

LONGEST REIGNING BRAVE CHAMP -- Brave Combat Federation bantamweight world champion Stephen Loman will defend his belt for the fourth time, the longest in Brave history, against Canadian challenger Louie Sanoudakis in India on Nov. 30. -- Brave CF photo

Brave Combat Federation’s longest world champion Stephen Loman will be back in action when the Bahrain-based mixed martial arts stages India’s biggest MMA event on Nov. 30.

Brave announced last week that its 30th series is set at the Gachibowli Indoor Stadium in Hyderabad, India with its poster posted in its official social media page featuring Loman along with four other famous Indian MMA fighters.

This time, Loman will defend his title against Louie Sanoudakis of Canada, who is riding high on a two winning streak.

The 30-year-old Sanoudakis has eight wins and one loss and most of his victories came by way of decisions with two submissions.

The Canadian challenger has defeated James Brum and Nawras Abzakh in two previous fights under the Brave CF banner.

The 24-year-old Loman of Team Lakay was supposed to defend his title against Bubba Jenkins several months ago but the title showdown was cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances.

Loman is the longest reigning champion among all champions under Brave CF promotion.

He successfully defended his bantamweight title for the third time when he defeated former champion and challenger Elias Boudegzdame by knockout in their title match last March.

Fighting in front of roaring Filipino fans at the SM Mall of Asia Arena, Loman put a dominant show against Boudegzdame in the main event of the night.

It was an emotional title defense for Loman, who then dedicated his victory to his uncle, who died in a vehicular accident.

Brave’s debut in Manila also highlighted the rise of other Filipino fighters such as Jeremy Pacatiw, Harold Banario, and Jomar Pa-ac.

 
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