Indonesian talent set to take over the global stage when BRAVE CF 66 lands in Bali

Indonesian talent set to take over the global stage when BRAVE CF 66 lands in Bali

BRAVE Combat Federation prides itself on unearthing the best MMA talent from all corners of the globe. Since its inception, the fastest-growing mixed martial arts promotion has traveled the world delivering events in 28 countries while providing international athletes with a professional platform to showcase their skills. This month, BRAVE Combat Federation heads back to one of its homes in Indonesia. It will be the promotion’s first trip back to the South-East Asian country since 2018 when the city of Jakarta played host to BRAVE CF 12. There, a handful of local athletes got to put their hands up and change their lives forever. Come November 26, it will be no different as five Indonesian fighters will shine on the global stage once more when BRAVE CF 66 lifts off in beautiful Bali.

On the main card, Indonesian MMA star Fajar “Macho Kamacho’’ (MMA 4-1) makes his BRAVE CF debut and he has a huge opportunity to stake his claim for honors in the Bantamweight division. He faces one of the most electric MMA athletes, number-five ranked BRAVE CF Bantamweight Nkosi Ndebele who is close to a title shot. Fajar is a well-rounded fighter with three stoppages and one decision victory. The Tiger Shark athlete is riding a four-fight win streak and he’s keen on carrying that momentum over to BRAVE CF. A win for Fajar could not only upset the division but could also have huge implications for the former One Pride MMA Bantamweight champion.

On the prelim card, in the only Light Heavyweight clash of the night, Indonesia’s Oloan Silalahi faces his countryman, Wilem Natalex Munster. Silalahi will make his second BRAVE CF appearance while Munster is set for his BRAVE CF debut. Silalahi – the number-two ranked professional Heavyweight in South-East Asia – introduced himself to BRAVE Nation in devastating fashion when he knocked out India’s Satinder Bankura at BRAVE CF 20 in 2018.

After his last tune-up fight, Silalahi will be keen on entertaining the home crowd with one of his trademark KO shows once more. Munster may be new to BRAVE CF, but he is also known for delivering vicious knockouts. The BRAVE CF debutant fights out of Joglo Camp in Jambi, Indonesia. He has a solid boxing and K1 foundation and he uses his power pretty well with five of his six wins coming via KO/TKO. With both these athletes having dynamite in their hands, the BRAVE CF matchmakers have potentially created a contender for “Fight of the Night” with this fixture.

In the opening fight of BRAVE 66, Indonesia’s Achterson Andre Rumainum and Randi Febian will make their professional debuts against each other. The 27-year-old Achterson Andre Rumainum is a former K-1 fighter who trains out of Papua Top Team and Proximo gym and will start his MMA career in the 145-pound division. While Randi Febian has a K1 background, he is also a former Province Sambo champion and the Han Malang athlete will be leaning on all his knowledge and skill to make his professional MMA debut a lasting one.

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Indonesia has always been a long-term target territory for BRAVE Combat Federation following the success of BRAVE CF 12: KHK Legacy, which took place in Jakarta on May 11th, 2018. That event featured future Super Lightweight world champion Eldar Eldarov and Brian Hooi who competed in a Lightweight main event. Now, BRAVE CF aims to build on that success with a memorable show at BRAVE CF 66. For more information on the upcoming Bali event, visit


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