Brave Combat Federation has announced the fight card for Brave 14, hosted in the Omnisports Indoor Club of Tangier, Morocco on 18th August 2018. Brave 14 marks the first global mixed martial arts event hosted in the continent of Africa.
The main event features recently signed prospect Jeremy Kennedy (11-1-0) from Canada facing Danyel Pilo (10-1-2) from Italy in the Featherweight division. In the co-main event, Sidney Wheeler takes on undefeated Abdoul Abdoulraguimov. The other fights in the main card include Felipe Efrain facing Arnold Quero in a Bantamweight bout, newcomer Velimurad Alkhsaov facing Sean Santella in the Flyweight division and World Combat Sambo Champion Ikram Aliskerov meeting Diego Gonzalez at Middleweight.
The preliminary card features six rising sensations including the brother of UFC fighter Kevin Lee making his promotional debut in Brave Combat Federation. Keith Lee will face Jeremy Pacatiw from the Philippines in a bantamweight bout. Artur Guseynov meets Tarek Suleiman in a Middleweight duel and Djaim Chan takes on Pato Martinez at Lightweight.
Media day will be hosted at 16th August at the Royal Tulip City Center Hotel, Tangier. The official weigh-ins will take place on 17th August. The fight night will be broadcasted live through StarSat and VodaCom in Africa, Abu Dhabi Sports in the MENA region, Combate in Brazil, FloCombat in USA and Fite TV for North America and Europe.
The fight week will fall in the historic week for sports in Morocco which starts with the first ever Spanish Super Cup hosted outside Spain in Tangier, Morocco on 12th August. The event which is held under the patronage of His Majesty King Mohammed VI of Morocco, marks the entry of the Bahrain based global promotion to Africa.
Jeremy Kennedy vs. Danyel Pilo (Featherweight)
Sidney Wheeler vs. Abdoul Abdoulraguimov (Welterweight)
Felipe Efrain vs. Arnold Quero (Bantamweight)
Velimurad Alkhsaov vs. Sean Santella (Flyweight)
Ikram Aliskerov vs. Diego Gonsalez (Middleweight)
Keith Lee vs. Jeremy Pacatiw (Bantamweight)
Artur Guseynov vs. Tarek Suleiman (Middleweight)
Djaim Chan vs. Pato Martinez (Lightweight)