Brave News, the online show that keeps fans around the world updated on Brave Combat Federation, comes back with a huge update from Europe. Brave 13 has been announced to take place in Belfast, Northern Ireland, on June 9th, at the SSE Arena. It will mark Brave Combat Federation’s first event in Europe.
Meanwhile, it is fight week in Indonesia, as the organization has announced the full fight card for Brave 12: KHK Legacy. In the main event of the evening, Eldar Eldarov will clash with Brian Hooi in a Lightweight bout. In the co-main event, Tahar Hadbi will face Jarrah Al Selawe. The event will be hosted on 11 May at Balai Sarbini Hall at Jakarta, Indonesia. You can catch the event live at Abu Dhabi Sports, StarSat and Combate in the respective territories.
His Highness Sheikh Khalid bin Hamad Al Khalifa leads by example. The First Deputy President of the Supreme Council for Youth and Sports and the Royal Guard Special Unit Commander won his boxing debut in the 79 Kg category against Shamil Gimbatov from Russia.
Brave 12: KHK Legacy will be unique for featuring multiple IMMAF medalists. Gamzat Magomedov, Hardeep Rai, and Hussain Ayyad are featured in the card representing the next generation of prospects who are taking over the MMA world. At the same time, Benjamin Bennett who won the gold medal at Welterweight in the 2017 International Mixed Martial Arts Federation (IMMAF) revealed that he will be fighting in Belfast.
MMA legend Abdulmanap Magomedov, the father of current UFC Lightweight Champion – Khabib Nurmagomedov, will be at the corner of Eldar Eldarov during Brave 12: KHK Legacy.
Abdul-Kareem Al-Selwady has recently reached out to Brave Combat Federation through an open message requesting a fight in the upcoming card in Belfast. It was Erik Carlsson from Sweden who responded by challenging Selwady. Selwady had recently revealed that he had accepted the challenge and signed to face Carlsson.
With Brave 12: KHK Legacy finally coming up, this is one that you must not miss. At Brave 10: The Kingdom Rises hosted in Amman, Jordan, Jarrah Al-Selawe faced David Bear. With Tahar Hadbi in his corner, Bear went toe to toe against the “Jordanian Lion”, who won the hearts of thousands of countrymen, elevating himself to the status of national hero by submitting the formidable Bear at the very end of their fight. Not all are happy with the outcome as Hadbi is set to avenge the loss of his teammate at ObyFight in the co-main event.
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