Marat Magomedov will headline the main event of first ever edition of Brave Combat Federation taking place in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Marat Magomedov trains with the KHK MMA Fight Team in Bahrain found by His Highness Sheikh Khalid bin Hamad Al Khalifa. Magomedov has a professional record of 10 wins and a draw against a single loss. In the main event, Marat will face Jeremy Kennedy from Canada who has a professional record of 12 wins against a single loss in a featherweight bout.
The bout is crucial as it paves the road to find the next contender for the featherweight world championship title at Brave Combat Federation which is held by Bubba Jenkins. Also campaigning for the opportunity to be a contender for the world championship title will be submission specialist, Gabriel Miranda Fly who will be facing Akmat Magomedov during the same fight night. Marat Magomedov is trained by the veteran trainers from Dagestan, Emiragaev Esedulla and Eldar Eldarov.
The win will not only be a milestone in the career of Marat Magomedov but also for the KHK MMA Fight Team. Marat made his professional debut at Brave 12 against Luke Adams, which he won by unanimous decision. Currently, on a 3 fight win streak, Magomedov will face Kennedy who finished Daniyel Pilo in the very first round in the co-main event of Brave 14 held in Tangier, Morocco to make his professional debut.
The bout also marks the first time, Team Xtreme Couture is clashing against KHK MMA Fight Team. The bout will take place on 28th December at the King Abdullah Sports City Indoor Sports Hall in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. The event marks the first International Mixed Martial Arts event to take place in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.