BRAVE Combat Federation will host a gathering of the top celebrities around the world, that will be connected to the sport of MMA, elevating it to another level. On BRAVE 24: London, hundreds of influencers, celebrities, politicians, and businessmen will convene at the Copper Box Arena for an unforgettable experience. After the top names in the combat sports world have been announced to attend, another list of celebrities was added.
A reality show star turned MMA fighter, Aaron Chalmers will watch BRAVE 24: London with an old friend from his Geordie Shore days, as Sam Gowland, who has also appeared on Love Island, will attend the event and reunite with his personal friend and former castmate.
Also on the list is the band Blue, one of the biggest boy bands in the world. Aside from watching the fights, Duncan, Antony, Lee, and Ryan will also be performing for the VIP crowd before the show starts, with their international hits sure to light up the attendees before the fight night action.
Supporters of mixed martial arts, BRAVE Combat Federation, and Lucas “Mineiro”, who challenges for the Featherweight title in the main event of BRAVE 24: London, a few of Brazilian celebrities with worldwide reach will also travel to England, especially to witness the groundbreaking event and connect with other top celebrities.
Comedian and YouTuber Whindersson Nunes will also be in attendance. With almost 3 billion views on his YouTube Channel, which boasts 36 million followers, he is the second-largest comedian in the video-based media platform. He will be joined by Henrique Fogaça, a top restauranteur and MasterChef Brazil judge, and singer and rapper MC Guimê, one of Brazil’s biggest hip-hop artists and entertainers.
During this week, some of the top UK and the world combat sports athletes and former athletes have announced they will attend BRAVE 24: London, including Artem Lobov, Chris Eubank Jr., Chris Eubank Sr., Dan Hardy, Jimi Manuwa, Paul Daley, and Brad Pickett.
BRAVE 24: London will be headlined by Featherweight world champion Bubba Jenkins, who’s set to defend his title against Brazil’s Lucas “Mineiro” Martins. In the co-main event, Irish star Cian Cowley will look for his second promotional victory against Maciej Gierszewski.