By JAY HANNABAULT-COUX”The Emirate-Federbahço fight in Dubai will be the highlight of my career, and I’m looking forward to being part of it.”
The UAE has become a hotbed of international MMA, with the sport making a big splash at the recent Olympics and a number of world championship fights.
But in the past, only fighters from the UAE were allowed to compete in the sport.
The UAE, with its vast and diverse population of Muslims, has become the home of the Middle East’s biggest fighting game and a home to a number more top tier fighters.
The UAE, which is also home to the world’s largest MMA market, has the largest MMA industry in the world and is also known as the home to one of the top MMA promotion organizations in the Middle Eastern world.
A year ago, the UAE announced it would allow fighters from all around the world to compete, and since then, the number of fighters has increased.
The number of international fighters has more than doubled, and the number has grown to more than 70 fighters from a pool of more than 30.
In September, UAE-based fighter Amir Abdelmohsen, who is based in London, was one of just a handful of fighters to compete at the Dubai Fighting Championships, the largest of its kind in the country.
He is the first Emirati fighter to make the cut for the event.
Abdelmohs fight was in a two-week long tournament that saw three events in Dubai and the United Arab Emirates, with two events in Abu Dhabi.
In each event, fighters from across the world competed.
The main event saw Abdelmuhsen, a former champion, face off against another Emirati, Filipe Martins.
Martins is also from the United States, and was part of a six-man roster that fought in Dubai in July.
In the past three months, his name has become synonymous with MMA in the United Kingdom, as he has won four consecutive title bouts.
The United Kingdom’s biggest MMA event is called UFC London, and takes place in October.
It is the biggest MMA show in the UK, and draws the biggest crowds in the city.
There are more than 60,000 people in attendance at London’s Olympic Stadium for the three events.
It’s the largest event for a live event in the U.K., and has drawn record crowds of more then 200,000.
Abdulmoh, who was born in the Saudi city of Jeddah, is now an American fighter, and is competing for the first time in the event he has not competed in since 2014.
His first fight for the United Center in Chicago was in 2015.
He fought for the UCC on the showpiece that became a UFC event, and won his bout.
He lost to UFC veteran Jake Shields.
“I’m a bit nervous, but it’s good to have a second chance,” he said.
“This is a big step for me, but I know I have a lot of work to do.
I’ve been training for this moment for three years and it’s something I want to achieve.
I’m ready to get back to the ring and take on the best.”
The fight against Martins will be part of what Abdulmohsuns first title defense for the UFC, as his last fight came against Mike Pyle.
Abdulmahs fight will be his first in front of a crowd of fans in the Dubai Arena, which has a capacity of more 50,000 for events.
The first UFC event in Dubai took place in July, when Abdulmuhs won a unanimous decision over the likes of Brandon Thatch.
The next event, at the Emirates Stadium, will be a homecoming for the fighter.
It will be on a Friday night, and Abdulmahs first bout will be against an American opponent, who will be competing for his first title.
Abdulmins title fight will take place on Saturday.
Tickets for the Abu Dhabi Fighting Championships are still available for purchase through Ticketmaster, and are priced at $250 for the home opener and $275 for the main event.
There will be two bouts on the card, and both will be shown live on Fight Pass.
There are a few key fighters in this fight, and some of the biggest names in the industry, and they all have something to prove.
Abdelmahsen is a well-rounded fighter, but he is also coming off his most competitive fight of his career.
He was beaten by Shields in their last fight, a unanimous points decision.
“The Fighter” is coming off two straight losses, and he has lost five of his past six fights.
He has lost two of his last three fights, and has yet to win a single fight.
He will be coming off of two consecutive