Alan Omer challenged by former foe Jim Alers after career-defining win at Brave 9

Lightweight Omer knocked out legend Gesias Cavalcante, cementing himself as a contender for Brave Combat Federation

Germany’s Alan Omer picked up arguably the biggest victory of his career when he stopped MMA pioneer Gesias Cavalcante with punches in the main card of Brave 9: The Kingdom of Champions. And the Lightweight contender’s career-defining performance hasn’t gone unnoticed as he was challenged by one of the last men to defeat him.

Jim Alers bested Omer with a split decision back in April of 2014 and wants another go at his former victim, who’s riding a three-fight win streak and has two wins with Brave Combat Federation.

When asked by “Kurdish MMA” on his Instagram profile if he wanted another shot at his former victim, Alers said “he was always down for a scrap”, opening the doors for a rematch, this time inside the Brave cage.

Alan Omer has been on a tear since joining the promotion, winning both fights for Brave, in two tough challenges. First, the German contender bested former UFC fighter Robbie Peralta, by submission due to a rear-naked choke, and then he spoiled JZ’s promotional debut, with a third-round KO in a very hotly-contested fight.

After losing to Alers, Omer has fought four times, winning his last three, while “Fight Jim” lost two and had a No Contest against veteran Cole Miller. Alers hasn’t fought since July of 2016.

Watch Alan Omer take on Gesias Cavalcante at Brave 9:

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