Pavel Dailidko sends message to Shaikh Khaled after BRAVE CF 74 I appreciate everything
Sep 16, 2023
Pavel Dailidko, one of the stars of the show at BRAVE CF 74 this week, took the time to thank His Highness Shaikh Khaled bin Hamad Al Khalifa, the founder of the most global MMA organization in the world, following his victory in Nantes, France.
With the world watching, Pavel Dailidko stepped up and produced a scintillating performance on the main card of BRAVE CF 74. “The Experiment” was heading into the cage with a 1-1 record in the promotion but either way, you knew he was going to bring chaos when he took on Salim El Ouassaidi.
The two men went toe to toe for almost an entire round with the atmosphere in the building being one of expectation, with many anticipating a knockout blow sooner rather than later.
Then, in the blink of an eye, Pavel Dailidko swarmed his foe and took him out via TKO, cementing his position as one to watch in the Heavyweight division.
In the aftermath of what transpired, Pavel put his triumph to one side in order to give his thanks to one of the individuals who made this possible, and sent his gratitude to the creator of BRAVE Combat Federation, who broke the record for hosting event in the most amount of countries after its first trip to France.
‘’I want to thank Shaikh Khaled for this amazing event. They look after me. I appreciate all that. So thank you’’.
BRAVE CF 74 was the kind of showcase that highlighted just how much of a global juggernaut BRAVE Combat Federation has come, and Pavel is eager to continue his growth under the BRAVE CF banner, calling for a world title shot at Heavyweight.
''I'm ready to become the world champion here''.
BRAVE CF 74 Official Results
Lightweight fight: Lucas Martins beat Ylies Djiroun via TKO (strikes) at 3m35s - Round 1
Lightweight fight: Vladyslav Rudniev beat Anthony Dizy via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)
Heavyweight fight: Pavel Dailidko beat Salim El Oussaidi via TKO (strikes) at 4m11s - Round 1
Bantamweight fight: Borislav Nikolic beat Ali Guliyev via KO at 1m34s - Round 1
Catchweight 81kg fight: Levy Carriel beat Mathieu Rakotondrazanany via KO (head kick) at 2m6s - Round 1