Brave Combat Federation made their maiden voyage to the continent of Africa, and the card certainly got the campaign off to a bang. The fight card showcased some explosive bouts, where seven out of nine fights ended up knockouts, while 3 of the knockouts came within the first round of action. Continue reading “Results & Recap: Brave CF 14 – Tangier, Morocco”
The Brazilian heavy-hitter, Felipe Efrain, will take on Frenchman Arnold Quero in the main card of Brave 14. Not usually one to talk much in the lead up to his fight, Efrain has been silent throughout most of his preparations for Brave 14. Continue reading “Report: Efrain promises the “beatdown” of Quero at Brave 14″
Thousands of Moroccan fans gathered at the Tanja Marina Bay, for the Brave 14 weigh-in ceremony. The fight fans were welcomed by their local hero Ottman Azaitar, who takes on Danijel Kokora in the main event of the fight card, set for tomorrow, August 18th. Continue reading “Weigh-in Results: Tempers flare at Brave 14’s ceremonial weigh-ins”
Brave Combat Federation has announced the launch of Brave TV – a live online streaming service of live events. The initial subscribers will be treated to exclusive access to two marquee events. Continue reading “News: Brave CF a launches Brave TV – a global streaming platform”
Former ACB flyweight champion, Velimurad Aliskerov has expressed that his current professional focus is to win the flyweight championship at Brave Combat Federation. He is already the 2016 Combat Sambo World Champion and is currently undefeated in his professional MMA career. Continue reading “Report: Combat Sambo world champion targets the Brave CF flyweight title”
Brave Combat Federation revealed plans to host events in 8 nations in the coming months of 2018. The events will take place in Morocco, Colombia, United Arab Emirates, Pakistan, Bahrain, South Africa, Saudi Arabia and India. Continue reading “News: Brave CF announces they will be holding events in 8 countries in 2018, including India, South Africa and Pakistan”
Bantamweight, Jeremy Pacatiw (6-3) will make history at Brave 14 when he enters the cage to take on Keith Lee (3-2), brother of UFC contender Kevin Lee.
The Filipino standout will become the athlete with most fights in the company’s history, with six bouts to his name. And while he continues to rise into a star in his home country, “The Juggernaut” has been flying the flag for the Philippines all over the world.
UFC lightweight contender, Kevin Lee and is coaching his brother, Keith Lee ahead of his promotional debut at Brave Combat Federation. Also chipping in with preparations is UFC flyweight star, Joseph Benavidez.
Since its inception, Brave Combat Federation has invested heavily in its welterweight division. Most would say it has certainly paid off as the weightclass ranks amongst the best in the promotion. Names like Jarrah Al-Selawe, Mohammad Fakhreddine, and Tahar Hadbi are some of the organisation’s biggest stars and sit on the top of the division.
However, none of them have tasted sweet gold other than Brave’s current and only welterweight titleholder – Carlston Harris. Out of action due to injury, the fighter from Guyana has seen the rise of numerous contenders and is sure to have his hands full once he comes back to the picture.
Brave 14 has an intriguing match-up at bantamweight, as Arnold Quero from France goes for his second straight win for the promotion against Felipe Efrain on the main card of the show, set for August 18th at the Omnisports Indoor Club, in Tangier, Morocco.
The Frenchman got his first win for Brave CF against Caio Gregório back at Brave 11, in Belo Horizonte. A local hero, Gregório couldn’t handle Quero’s striking and “Silverback” hopes for the same effect against another Brazilian in Efrain.
“I loved fighting in Brazil, the energy of the crowd was amazing, and I hope to face another Brazilian soon”, said Quero right after taking care of business at Brave 11.
Now his wish has come true and he will be making his bantamweight debut against former top contender, Felipe Efrain.
The Brazilian was set to challenge Stephen Loman for the title, but fell short against Frans Mlambo and will try to bounce back against Quero.
Brave 14 will be headlined by a featherweight match-up, as Jeremy Kennedy takes on Danyel Pilò. The co-main event will pit welterweights Sidney Wheeler and Abdoul Abdouraguimov.