The reigning welterweight champion of Brave has announced that he is ready to return to action and is awaiting an opponent from Brave matchmakers. Harris was set to face Jarrah Al Selawe at Brave 10: The Kingdom of Champions hosted in Amman, Jordan. He, however, had to withdraw due to injury. The Welterweight champion has since undergone extensive rehab and is ready to return to the Brave cage.
“I am expecting my first title defense as early as possible, I am waiting for Brave Combat Federation to give me a date, opponent, and place regarding the opportunity to defend my championship title”, said the welterweight champion. ”
“One of the factors that motivate me is when my back is against the wall, I still survive. I am a surviver and I give my heart and soul to the fight. That helps me to overcome impossible odds. All my life I met people who told me that I am not capable of achieving what I have achieved or is not good enough to overcome opponents, I had won against. But I had proven them wrong through my determination to work hard and smart. I remain thankful for those challenges and opponents who brought the best out of me. But I am not the one who will back out from a challenge. Martial arts teaches you resilience and to be stronger than your adversities. Currently,y I started training and it is going well. It feels good to be back in the gym”, Harris added.