Brave Combat Federation have signed Louie Sanoudakis from Montreal, Quebec, Canada in a multi-fight contract.
Sanoudakis (6-1) trains at the Tristar Gym, well regarded as one of the world’s top professional MMA training camps. ‘Leonidas’ is trained by former world kickboxing champion Conrad Pla and Firas Zahabi. This marks the second prospect signed from Canada within the month following the arrival of Jeremy Kennedy.
Back in March, former UFC Middleweight Champion and one among the greatest fighters to ever grace the cage, Georges St-Pierre endorsed Sanoudakis with a tweet directed at Dana White to feature him in Tuesday Night Contender Series.
— Georges St-Pierre (@GeorgesStPierre) March 27, 2018
After a very successful amateur career, Sanoudakis turned pro in 2013. He has fought for a number of promotions over the course of his seven-fight professional career.
The 28-year-old has recently earned a unanimous decision win against Terry Bartholomew at CFFC 68 in October of last year.
Both Kennedy and Sanoudakis could be in line for an appearance at Brave’s next show, set to be August/September.
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