As BRAVE CF approaches the reopening of its activities after the Coronavirus pause, the fastest-growing MMA organization in the world continues to tie up its stars to new contracts. The latest athletes to sign an extension with BRAVE CF are Issa Isakov and Todd Stoute.
"The Black Hulk" Todd Stoute is currently 1-1 with the organization and has impressed even in defeat. The Trinidadian and Tobagonian Canadian locked in a stunning victory in his debut against Lukasz Parobiec back at BRAVE CF 30, in India, when he knocked out his foe in the second round showing all of his striking talents.
This was followed by a decision loss in his second outing, and Stoute revealed he wasn't 100% coming into the bout against Mohamed Said Maalem, in Saudi Arabia. As he signed his new deal, an energetic Stoute promised to take over the Light Heavyweight division upon his return.
"What's up BRAVE Nation!? This is "The Black Hulk" Todd Stoute, and I just signed a five-fight deal with BRAVE CF. I'm ready to knock out some Light Heavyweights! A special thanks to His Highness Shaikh Khaled bin Hamad Al Khalifa for having me back and for putting on such an amazing show. I love BRAVE CF, I've been doing this for ten years now and I've never been a part of anything like BRAVE CF before, never been a part of a show like this. You guys have taken care of me and given me opportunities", said an enthusiastic Stoute.
Also on deck for a new contract is Issa Isakov, who came off an impressive victory in his promotional debut, by submitting Rami Hamed, at BRAVE CF 33. The ground specialist had been on a tear before joining BRAVE CF, taking over the European circuit. The Belgian fighter won four straight fights to get his first BRAVE CF contracts, and will now have new opportunities to develop himself as he looks to make a mark in both Welterweight and Super Lightweight.