Brave News#41: Brave 11 Fight card and tickets; Predador promises to run through Amir
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Brave News, the online show that keeps worldwide fans updated with the latest on the biggest MMA organization in the Middle East, comes back this week with great news from Brazil. The full fight card for Brave 11 has been confirmed and the fans now have a closer picture of what is ahead on April 13, in Belo Horizonte.
Brave 11: Mineiro vs Santiago will be headlined by the Interim Lightweight Title Fight between the two home heroes Luan “Miau” Santiago and Lucas “Mineiro” Martins. You can check the full fight card at BraveFights.com or Brave official social media on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.
More news coming from Brazil, where Brave 11 had its location transferred inside the sports complex of Mineirão Stadium. Originally planned to take place at the Mineirinho Arena, due to bureaucratic issues, Brave 11 was relocated to Mineirão’s Terrace, now happening right next to the historic football stadium, which was one of the venues for the 2014 World Cup, hosting Brazil’s 7-1 loss in the semifinal against Germany.
Brazilian fans, or tourists planning to visit Belo Horizonte during the April 13th week, can get their tickets for Brave 11 at Sympla.com.br. As part of the fan appreciation campaign started by Brave since its first trip to Brazil, the tickets will be available at popular prices, starting from 40 Reais, the equivalent of 15 dollars.
To wrap up this edition, the first shots were fired in one of the most important fights of the Brave 11 card. Brazil’s Cleiton “Predador” Silva promised to run through Egypt’s Ahmed Amir, who’s set to make his first fight overseas for Brave. Who you got, The Butcher or the Predator?
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