Brave News, the online show that keeps fans around the world updated on the fastest-growing promotion in the world, comes back this week with updates from a historic press conference for Brave Combat Federation.
Last week, Brave president Mohammed Shahid announced officially a further seven events until the end of the year. Together with the previously announced Brave 14 and the four other events already held this year, Brave is set for a record-breaking 12 shows in 12 different countries during 2018.
After Brave 14, in Morocco, the promotion will visit Colombia (Brave 15), the United Arab Emirates (Brave 16), Pakistan (Brave 17), Bahrain (Brave 18), Saudi Arabia (Brave 19), South Africa (Brave 20) and finally India (Brave 21).
Also in the historic press conference, two title bouts were announced for Brave 16, which marks the promotion’s return to Abu Dhabi. Welterweight kingpin Carlston Harris returns against top contender Jarrah Al-Selawe and Featherweight champion Elias Boudegzdame makes the second defense of his title against Bubba Jenkins. Ten-time jiu-jitsu world champion Bruno Malfacine is also confirmed for fight night as is “The Pride of Bahrain” Hamza Kooheji.
Meanwhile, Morocco will experience an unforgettable fight week as we approach Brave 14, the first-ever global event to take place in Africa. The new main event is set as Lightweight champion and Moroccan icon Ottman Azaitar goes up in weight to face the dangerous and experienced Danijel Kokora.