Brave signs ex-UFC Lucas Mineiro; confirms newcomer on Brave 3 main event

BRAZIL (Fri, January 27, 2017)– Following the week of big announcements, Brave has confirmed the arrival of another Brazilian in the promotion. The 28-year-old veteran Lucas “Mineiro” Martins signed a multi-fight deal and is set to make his debut on Brave 3: Battle in Brazil main event.

With an 18-3 professional record, Lucas became a familiar name to the MMA community after fighting seven time in UFC, with four wins. Currently, Mineiro, whose nickname refers to his home state Minas Gerais, is on a 3-win streak, with his last victory coming by the way of submission over Gilson Lomanto in September.

Lucas opponent’s name on Brave 3 main event remains yet undisclosed. Although it’s already decided that Mineiro and his rival will compete in the featherweight division, up to 66 kg.

Brave 3: Battle in Brazil is set to take place on March 18th, in the city of Curitiba, the 8th largest in the country and main metropolis of the South region. This will be the very first international installment for Brave,  which had its first two events hosted in the Kingdom of Bahrain.


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