Seef District, Bahrain – For the first time in its history, BRAVE Combat Federation will be hosting five shows in five consecutive weeks. The impressive milestone will set a new record for the organization, which is active since September 2016. Starting with BRAVE CF 35, on July 20th, the fastest-growing MMA promotion in the world will organize five events – all of them in Europe, with two in Romania (on July 20th, and July 27th), and three in Sweden (August 1st, August 8th, and August 15th).
The five scheduled shows are further proof of BRAVE CF’s ongoing commitment to the development of mixed martial arts in Europe and will be followed by more plans for the continent.
Recently, in early March, BRAVE CF took the lead worldwide among the MMA promotions and paused its operations due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition, BRAVE CF also launched a global awareness campaign, involving the roster of athletes, coaches, celebrities, and influencers that it hosts under its umbrella.
With the recent developments in safety and security regulations, proposed by the International Health bodies, BRAVE CF confirmed that it was resuming its shows, and more, ensuring that the promotion would still host a minimum of 12 shows within 2020, as it was originally planned.
The return of BRAVE Combat Federation is set for July 20th, in Romania, where the Bahrain-based organization will hold BRAVE CF 35, headlined by a Middleweight bout between Lebanon’s Mohammad Fakhreddine and Enrico Cortese, from Italy. One week later, for the second show in-a-row (and third overall) in the Eastern European country, BRAVE CF 36 will take place once again in Bucharest, on July 27th.
Five days, and almost 3,000 kilometers, later, on August 1st, BRAVE Combat Federation will land in Scandinavia, for its first-ever event in the country of Sweden, BRAVE CF 37. The following two weeks, August 8th and 15th, BRAVE CF 38 and 39 will take place once again in Sweden.
BRAVE CF officials have confirmed that the promotion is following strict health and safety regulations, that include severe social distancing protocols, multiple testing for all athletes and personnel involved in the event, and closed-door fight nights, broadcasted worldwide through BRAVE CF partners around the globe.