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BRAVE Combat Federation’s prestigious Flyweight World Title Tournament is shining the brightest of lights on one of the most underappreciated weight-classes in mixed martial arts. The historical tournament has been boosted by the addition of a world-class fighter, a familiar face to MMA fans from all over the world.
After a successful BRAVE Combat Federation debut in his home country of Russia, at BRAVE CF 46, Ali Bagautinov was confirmed by BRAVE CF President Mohammed Sha
After Muhammad Mokaev submitted Jamie Kelly last October and improved his BRAVE CF record to 2-0, with a pro record of 4-0, many kept asking what would be next for the two-time amateur world champion. Well, it seems that Mokaev himself has the answer - and his eyes are set on another IMMAF gold medalist.
“The Punisher” took to social media to call out his next target: Finland’s Abdul “ABBA” Hussein. In his post, Mokaev mentioned that, despite the ongoing Flyweight World Cham
Bahrain’s own Murtaza Talha is the prototype of the new generation of Mixed Martial Artists. While many of his predecessors had to migrate from different disciplines at adult age and learn new skills to be competitive inside the cages, Murtaza has been trained and shaped to MMA for the longest time, slowly but surely evolving in all disciplines throughout his young and formative years. Two bouts into his professional MMA career, Talha is already seen as the next big thing coming out
Russia’s Roman Bogatov was making headlines and attracting eyeballs with his BRAVE Combat Federation debut, scheduled for the promotion’s first card of the year, on January 16, in Sochi. But even amid such an optimistic scenario, Bogatov managed to make a splash upon his arrival, proving himself worthy of a prominent position within the Featherweight division.
Eager to make up from his disappointing last bout, Bogatov came back to his roots, in his home nation of Rus
Eldar Eldarov kicked off 2021 in style, with the first successful defense of his BRAVE Combat Federation world title at BRAVE CF 46, in the headliner of the organization’s first-ever trip to his native Russia. Right after his astonishing win over top contender Leonardo Mafra, however, Eldarov immediately put on his coaching badge back on and predicted an unforgettable year for his pupils at KHK MMA, both in Bahrain and Dagestan.
Currently hosting the likes of Ikram Aliskerov, Murtaz
Undefeated, fearless, and ambitious. These words can accurately describe BRAVE CF's new signing Rana Rudra Pratap Singh. He has been making a lot of noise since signing with the fastest-growing MMA promotion in the world, saying that ultimately he wants to win BRAVE CF's world Bantamweight title. But, his first goal is set: to prove the superiority of India over Pakistan in the sport.
Rana has been relentless in his pursuit for a bout against Pakistan's Mehmosh Raza. One of the top f