Our Friday Fighter this week is Mohammed Farhad who holds a professional record of 11-3-0 with his last win coming at BRAVE CF 30 against Kushal Vyas. One of the top Indian MMA fighters and has represented the Nation in Bahrain based global MMA promotion, Brave Combat Federation.
Mohammed Farhad is currently ranked 4th out of 149 active Asia South Pro Bantamweights and 10th ranked out of 129 active Middle East Pro Bantamweights. In Brave CF 1 he KO-ed Zouhir Badre-Eddine, September 2016.
In Brave 5: Go for Glory he faced Irfan Khan and stunned the crowd as he earned the fastest knockout in the Brave CF history within 40 seconds. He possesses lightning-quick hands and has decent knock-out power as well. He is a former kick-boxer and has trained with the legendary Gokhan Saki. In Layman’s terms, he has all the tools that make him an instant fan-favourite. Indian Bantamweight sensation Mohd Farhad 🇮🇳 has raised the bar high for Indian MMA fighters
This interesting athlete is not only famous for his life inside the cage, but also in the acting world.
Mohammed Farhad has wide range of experience training in multiple gyms
He trains in multiple gyms in India and has his point of view when it comes to MMA in India and Bahrain. His time spent in India was at one point intertwined with the President of Brave CF Mohammad Shahid, who was also a professional fighter.
You wouldn’t imagine the vastly different professional fields of MMA and acting to share commonalities, but according to Farhad, they do. Both require time, effort and technical ability. However, he has acted in a role related to that of a martial artist. The fighter loves the cage over his film career.
Farhad is a resident of Mumbai who currently resides in Bangalore because of business and training. It has led him to become a part of three different teams. In Mumbai, he has trained with Evolution MMA headed by Jitendra Khare. For the two Brave fights, he was trained by Coach Khare as a part of team Relentless.
When Farhad is in Bangalore, Brave fighter Abdul Muneer is who he trains with for boxing. Muneer is one of the toughest fighters in India who has strong striking skills as well as experience. For grappling, however, he trains in the Institute of Jiu-Jitsu (IJJ) in Bangalore, led by Rohit Vasudevan.
Mohammed Farhad is set to fight Pakistan’s Uloomi Karim at BRAVE CF 47, which will take place on March 11 in Bahrain.
Mohammed Farhad signed a long term contract with Brave Combat Federation last year
A knockout artist with an extensive striking background, Farhad holds a professional record of 11 wins and only three losses. All of his three wins under BRAVE Combat Federation’s banner came by way of knockout or technical knockout.
The last time “Sher-e-Hind” stepped into the BRAVE CF Arena, he beat Kushal Vyas via first-round TKO in his home country of India, back in November of 2019.
Last year in an interview with The MMA India Show, Mohammed Farhad made it clear that his ultimate aim is to capture the BRAVE bantamweight title
Mohammed Farhad is surely the fighter to watch out for in the future. We are excited to see his journey ahead. The MMA India Show wishes Mohammed Farhad good luck on his future future fights and endeavours