Brave Combat Federation announced the full fight card for its Jordan debut, set for March 2nd, in Amman, Jordan, with 12 bouts, including Featherweight champion Elias Boudegzdame’s first title defense. The fight card will feature athletes from 13 different countries, something that Brave president Mohammed Shahid was keen to point out when talking about the global impact of Brave 10: The Kingdom Rises.
For Shahid, Brave 10 highlights something that has been a key aspect of Brave Combat Federation since its inception, back in September of 2016, which is a global appeal, with fighters from all parts of the globe receiving a chance to shine on the biggest stage.
“Brave Combat Federation has the global feature as one of its key aspects since day one. We keep increasing our global footprint. Jordanian fans love to support their fellow countrymen, but I’m sure they will love to see some of the best fighters and biggest fights coming to their home”, says Mohammed Shahid.
Brave 10: The Kingdom Rises will feature fighters from Algeria, Poland, France, Jordan, England, Brazil, Ireland, Lebanon, United States, Philippines, South Africa, Russia, and Syria. A testament to the global impact made by Brave Combat Federation, which will broadcast its tenth edition to 84 countries, while a reach of approximately 800 million homes.
Brave 10: The Kingdom Rises marks the promotion’s first show in Jordan, home to some of Brave’s most decorated fighters, and the sixth country to host a Brave Combat Federation event, after Bahrain, Brazil, the United Arab Emirates, India, Kazakhstan, and Mexico.
Brave 10 Full Fight Card:
Featherweight title bout: Jakub Kowalewicz (Poland) vs Elias “Smile” Boudegzdame (Algeria)
Welterweight bout: Jarrah Al Selawe (Jordan) vs David Bear (France)
Lightweight bout: Charlie Leary (UK) vs “The Pride of Palestine” Abdul Kareem Al Selwady (Jordan)
Welterweight bout: Mohammad “The Latest” Fakhreddine (Lebanon) vs Tahar “Fast Hands” Hadbi (France)
Welterweight bout: Pawel Kielek (Poland) vs Tyler Hill (USA)
Bantamweight bout: Felipe Efrain (Brazil) vs Frans Mlambo (Ireland)
Featherweight bout: Dylan “The Nuke” Tuke (Ireland) vs Sodiq “Super” Yusuff (USA)
Bantamweight bout: Jalal Al Daaja (Jordan) vs Crisanto Pitpitunge (Philippines)
Catchweight bout (74kg): Mohammad “The Killer” Ghorabi (Lebanon) vs Gadzhimusa “Deadshot” Gaziev (Russia)
Middleweight bout: Tarek Suleiman (Syria) vs Will Fleury (Ireland)
Bantamweight bout: Nawraz “The Honey Badger” Abzakh (Jordan) vs Michael Deiga-Scheck (Brazil)