Egyptian Lightweight “Bad Boy” Mohamed Badawy (10-3) Heads to Tournament Semifinals | XFC Spotlight

Mohamed Badawy

The Season II Lightweight Tournament has reached the Semifinal round and with only four combatants remaining in the quest for Tournament Gold, Mohamed Badawy finds himself right in the mix of things. Winning his XFC debut in exciting fashion at XFCi 8 over Alex Franco has put Badawy on the radar of the remaining Lightweight Tournament cast, for a number of reasons. As preparation is well underway to take on Willian Cilli, “Bad Boy” looks to take advantage of his opportunity and advance to an even higher level of competition within the Season II Tournament.

Being the first fight of the night at XFCi 8,  Mohamed Badawy decided he was going to set the tone for the entire events evening and get the crowd on their feet early. As the bout began, Badawy exploded out of his corner with flurries of punches. Round by round, he continued to pummel his opponent with punch after punch. The heavy hitting Lightweight warrior was on target the entire bout and forced the TKO of his opponent at 3:23 of the third round. Displaying his punching power and precision propelled Badawy into the Season II Tournament Semifinals.

The 21-year-old Egyptian born Mohamed Badawy resides in Helwan, Egypt and is a member of the Egyptian Top Team. With a 10-3 overall record the “Bad Boy” brings 6 victories by way of KO/TKO, adding up to a 60% winning rate via punches. Standing at 5’7” this rugged Season II XFC fighter is ready for the next level in his career and will look to his power in punches to take him to that next level.

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