BRAVE CF Updates Dates for Germany Events in Association With NFC

BRAVE Combat Federation has announced new dates for the three events it will hold in Germany this year. The fastest-growing organization in MMA will partner with leading local promotion NFC for three exciting dates, which will now span the entire second semester, with shows in August, October, and December.

BRAVE CF makes its much-anticipated debut in German soil with a show in Bonn, on August 6th. Then, the organization returns on October 8th for an event in Munich and closes out the Germany Tour with a December 17th show in Dusseldorf.

While no fights or fighters have been announced to take part, fans can expect some of the top international stars to feature with the local talent as is the norm with any BRAVE CF show.

This blend has allowed the organization to position itself as the leading scouting program in mixed martial arts, being the starting point for the international careers for the likes of Khamzat Chimaev, Muhammad Mokaev, Ilia Topuria, and others.

BRAVE Combat Federation was founded in 2016 under the vision of His Highness Shaikh Khaled bin Hamad Al Khalifa and has gone to 25 countries in 57 events thus far. BRAVE CF 58 is the next scheduled show and takes place in Korea, on April 30th, achieving the largest market share in Asia and becoming the biggest sports property in the Middle East.

The National Fighting Championship (NFC) is the leading MMA event series in Germany. Since 2019, the best fighters from Germany compete at NFC against international opponents. NFC is also known as the talent factory for the stars of tomorrow. NFC is streamed by Fighting on YouTube and runs on TV on Sport1. NFC stands for fairness, communication, respect, and above all appreciation of values.

BRAVE CF Germany Announcement Video: 

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