BRAVE CF 24 LONDON
BRAVE CF 24 TOOK PLACE IN LONDON
Bubba Jenkins put on the most dominant performance of his career under the brightest lights. As the biggest star of BRAVE 24: London, a groundbreaking event, which delivered in the most spectacular way, BRAVE CF’s world Featherweight champion retained his title with a vicious technical knockout of former Lightweight titleholder Lucas “Mineiro” in the main event of an evening which connected mixed martial arts to hundreds of celebrities, influencers, politicians and businessmen.
BRAVE CF 23 PRIDE AND HONOR
BRAVE CF 23 TOOK PLACE IN AMMAN, JORDAN
BRAVE CF returns to Jordan for the second time to one of the most passionate fans, with its biggest fight card yet! With 3 title fights on the line which included two local Jordanian Champions set to defend their title for the first time and in front of their own home crowd, the event also marked as one of the most anticipated ones as it featured the return of Hashem Arkhagha the Pioneer of Jordan MMA
BRAVE CF 22 Storm of Warriors
BRAVE CF 22 TOOK PLACE IN MANILA, PHILIPPINES
BRAVE CF’s debut in the Philippines breaks the record and makes history with the maiden show. Starting with President of Philippines Rodrigo Duterte praising BRAVE CF after meeting H.H. Sheikh Khalid bin Hamad Al Khalifa, BRAVE CF 22 was a groundbreaking event where the local warriors shone on the brightest stage in combat sports, in front of the loudest fans and the biggest celebrities/influencers in the Philippines. It was the most spoken about show in the PH national media. Leading the way was a stellar performance by Stephen Loman, who knocked out Elias Boudegzdame in the main event to maintain his status as the first and only BRAVE CF Bantamweight world champion.
BRAVE CF 21
TOOK PLACE IN JEDDAH, SAUDI ARABIA
BRAVE Combat Federation finished off a historical 2018 with a bang.BRAVE CF 21 marks the very first time a global MMA promotion to host an event in Saudi Arabia , it was held at King Abdullah Sports City Hall, in the city of Jeddah, the second-largest in the country, and the biggest urban population in the coast of the Red Sea. BRAVE CF 21 set a record for BRAVE Combat Federation and the MMA industry as a whole.
BRAVE CF 20
TOOK PLACE IN INDIA
Touching down in India’s Southern market BRAVE Combat Federation headed into new territory with BRAVE CF 20 which was held in Gachibowli Indoor Stadium, Hyderabad Topped by middleweights Sidney Wheeler and Khamzat Chimaev.
BRAVE CF 19
TOOK PLACE IN SOUTH AFRICA
Brave Combat Federation hosted the promotion’s first edition in South Africa at the Sun City Resort, in Sun City, and local fighters were the highlight of the show. In the main event, prospect Mark Hulme got the biggest victory of his professional career as he won a unanimous decision over seasoned veteran Adam Townsend. Both men were making their promotional debuts, and their fight was one of the most back-and-forth of the action-packed event.
BRAVE CF 18
TOOK PLACE IN KINGDOM OF BAHRAIN
It was a night to remember for Abdul-Kareem Al-Selwady as he became BRAVE CF’s undisputed lightweight champion after an injury forced Lucas “Mineiro” to tap out during the first round of their BRAVE CF 18 main event. “The Pride of Palestine” was on point with his striking, forcing the veteran with heavy pressure and connecting with hard straight punches. When the jordanian phenom closed the distance and got a takedown, Mineiro’s knee gave out and he was forced to tap out, relinquishing his interim title in the process.
BRAVE CF 15
TOOK PLACE IN COLOMBIA
Brave Combat Federation hosted the first ever global mixed martial arts event in the history of Colombia at the Coliseo Bicentenario in Bucaramanga, Colombia. BRAVE CF 15 featured fighters from Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Peru and Mexico. In a fight card that featured seven bouts, six fights were finished in the very first round. Featuring a card full of the promotion’s South American stars, this event holds real implications in multiple divisions of the organisation. Brazil dominated the fight card winning all the seven fights and ushered the arrival of new blood in the promotion.
BRAVE CF 14
TOOK PLACE IN MOROCCO
BRAVE CF 14 delivered an unforgettable night for Moroccan fans as the promotion’s first trip to Africa ended in an emotional comeback for Lightweight champion Ottman Azaitar. Fighting at Welterweight, the Moroccan hero gave his loud fans a fight to remember as he knocked out Danijel Kokora inside 32 seconds, making it the second-fastest KO in BRAVE CF history – first place was acquired by Djamil Chan earlier in the evening. In total, seven out of nine bouts ended in first-round knockouts.
BRAVE CF 13
TOOK PLACE IN BELFAST,NORTHERN IRELAND
Bantamweight champion Stephen Loman defended his title in style as he beat rival Frans Mlambo in a five-round war at BRAVE CF 13: Europe Evolution, which took place in Belfast, Northern Ireland, this Saturday. In front of MMA superstar Conor McGregor, the Filipino fighter imposed his will in the main event, using his wrestling to neutralize Mlambo’s offenses and took home a unanimous decision.
BRAVE CF 12
TOOK PLACE IN INDONESIA
Brave Combat Federation’s first foray into South East Asia ended with a dominant performance for KHK MMA’s Eldar Eldarov as he returned from injury with a unanimous decision over a tough Brian Hooi. In the co-main event, BRAVE CF 12: KHK Legacy saw Jarrah Al-Selawe survive a good first round by Tahar Hadbi to become the first-ever fighter to hold five wins for BRAVE CF. Overall, fighters from KHK MMA fight team did well, earning important wins for the promotion, whose president Mohammed Shahid was on site in Jakarta to watch the action.