Bellator was recently acquired by the PFL, which caused a lot of buzz in the industry. Due to the combination of the two rosters, they have the ability to compete with the Ultimate Fighting Championship. Nevertheless, Sabah Homasi was one of the fighters who was not included in the list.
The announcement that Homasi, who is 35 years old and trains out of American Top Team, is a free agent was made on Instagram not too long ago.
Following the posting of a picture of himself, he included the following caption:
“🚨 Free agent 🚨 #sleeksheik”
You can read the post that Sabah Homasi made here:
In a previous interview with Ariel Helwani on The MMA Hour, PFL Chairman Donn Davis provided an explanation for the successful completion of the takeover. If the Professional Football League had waited until January 2024, Showtime Sports would have long since gone out of business, and the PFL would have been able to acquire Bellator for a more budget-friendly price.
On the other hand, this would imply that more than ninety percent of the fighters now registered with Bellator would have their contracts declared “null and void,” which would mean that they would be eligible for free agency.
The next thing that Davis said was that he believed the PFL to be a “fighter first league” and that they intended to cultivate good will and relationships with fighters on both sides of the merger.
Homasi, on the other hand, seems to be unaccounted for. In his Instagram post, he did not share any other information or facts.
What is Sabah Homasi’s MMA Record?
As a veteran of mixed martial arts, Sabah Homasi has fought in well over 30 bouts. He has a long list of accomplishments. He has a professional record of 17-12, with 11 knockout victories, three submissions, and three decisions to his ledger. His record also includes three decisions.
He competes under the alias “The Sleek Sheikh” and made his debut in Bellator in 2019, when he faced and defeated Micah Terrill. He is known for his sleek appearance. He would go on to have a mixed record of success while competing under the Bellator brand. He was an all-action fighter.
Following his victory over Terrill in his first match, he went on to win his following two matches against Curtis Millender and Bobby Voelker, so completing a three-match winning streak. After that, he would suffer a string of defeats, including two consecutive defeats, but he would then recover with victories against Jaleel Willis and Maycon Mendonca in quick succession.
As a result of Homasi’s unfortunate circumstances, he would go on to lose his subsequent two bouts, with his most recent defeat occurring at Bellator 299, which took place on September 23, 2023.
For the time being, it is not known what the future holds for Sabah Homasi; nonetheless, it is apparent that he will be an exciting addition to any lineup.