It was once moreover Uulu who had just right fortune with the grappling exchanges early inside the fight.
Both athletes left the whole thing inside the BRAVE CF cage, and the judges were left with the sort of lot to consider. The state of affairs was once indicative of the way in which close the fight was once and a testament to the incredible BRAVE CF matchmaking.
“Abdullah showed great spirit,” discussed BRAVE CF royalty and super lightweight champion Eldar Eldarov, who had taken Al-Qahtani underneath his wing at Team KHK Bahrain.
“Some losses are better than victories. I believe this was Abdullah’s best fight compared to his previous victories,” added Eldarov, reminding individuals who this was once Al-Qahtani’s first loss in his professional career after a five-fight win streak.
A livid Eldarov criticized the judging panel and questioned probably the most essential scoring enjoying playing cards.
“One of the judges gave him 30-27, which to me is unacceptable because in the last round the opponent was just barely surviving and was able to successfully score only one takedown. It does not seem fair that the judge gave all three rounds to Abdullah’s opponent, and I believe the judges were wrong about their decision,” fumed Eldarov.
BRAVE Combat Federation president (*62*) “The Hawk” Shahid showered every athletes with praise and paid specific tribute to Al-Qahtani for the pivotal ambassadorial serve as he plays for Saudi Arabia, a fast-growing combined martial arts nation.
“I believe Abdullah Al-Qahtani has the potential to become one of the top featherweight fighters not only in BRAVE CF but in the entire global MMA industry,” Shahid discussed. “He showed that he is a well-rounded fighter and ready to challenge the top guys in the featherweight roster. He is a true Arab warrior.”
Saudi Arabian MMA Federation president Aziz Julaidan felt that this finish end result will remind Al-Qahtani and all fighters to all the time go for the tip.
“I think (Al-Qahtani) did enough not to lose the battle,” Julaidan discussed. “I would score it at least a draw, but in any case, all fighters know better not to leave it to the judges.”
BRAVE CF Bantamweight contender Hamza Kooheji doffed his hat to Al-Qahtani for the dignity he brought to his other folks.
“I do believe that Abdullah should have won that bout, however, no matter the match outcome, irrespective of the judge’s final decision, he proved that he is one of the strongest fighters in his division whose star is only rising. He has brought pride to his country and the entire Middle East,” discussed Kooheji who fell merely short of the BRAVE CF bantamweight determine when he out of place to now-champion Brad Katona earlier this 12 months.
(*62*) Uulu’s huge win over Al-Qahtani now makes him an quick player inside the 145-pound division. This loss would in all probability have no longer helped Al-Qahtani’s probabilities of jumping into the perfect 5 of the dept, however, the nature of the loss and the huge enlargement in his skill-set will probably be sure that his position merely out of doors the perfect 5 scores of the BRAVE CF featherweight division.