Brave Combat Federation have confirmed their thirteenth event will be hosted on 9 June at the SSE Arena in Belfast, Northern Ireland. The promotions visit to Belfast later this year will be the first time Brave have held an event in Europe.
The promotion had announced plans for a major expansion project during 2018, focusing on breaking into new geographic locations and expanding their roster of fighters. In just eighteen months since being established, Brave Combat Federation have held events in Bahrain, Brazil, United Arab Emirates, India, Kazakhstan, Mexico, Jordan and are set to hold their first event in Indonesia next month.
“We are looking towards a monumental year for Brave Combat Federation. The rapid expansion of Brave Combat Federation owes to the leadership and foresight of His Highness Sheikh Khalid bin Hamad Al Khalifa to establish mixed martial arts as a global sports that crosses barriers of geographies and languages. We are glad that our initiatives were successful in making a definitive impact upon the global mixed martial arts community and changed the sport for fighters around the world. We are committed to keep going at the same pace as aggressive as ever”, said Mohammed Shahid, President of Brave Combat Federation.
There are currently no confirmed fights for Brave 13: Belfast but the promotion have confirmed that announcements are imminent.