The Brave CF 14 will mark the first International MMA event to be held in Africa. Organizers of the event, the Brave Combat Federation, are expanding their reach into new markets. The event will be broadcasted live on Abu Dhabi Sports, Star Sat, VodaCom, Fite TV, FloCombat, and Combate. Here’s a closer look at the fighters.
Jeremy Pacatiw, a bantamweight from the Philippines, has signed a contract to compete in the upcoming Brave 14 in Tangier, Morocco. He previously represented the Philippines in events held in Bahrain, India, Brazil, and Indonesia. In the past, he has also participated in Brave 2, Brave 5, Brave 8, and Brave 12. Jeremy Pacatiw is the only Filipino fighter to compete in Africa’s first international mixed martial arts event.
In the main event, Jeremy Pacatiw will face the brother of UFC star Kevin Lee. During the weigh-ins, Keith Lee was accompanied by his brother, Kevin Lee. Mark Sangao, the head coach of Team Lakay, is also accompanying his brother. In addition to Jeremy, he trained with Stephen Loman. With the help of his brother, Keith Lee has been able to set a tougher camp, and he has world-class sparring partners.
The Philippines is home to a number of MMA fighters, including Uloomi Karim, who competes professionally in the Middle East and Asia Southeast. Pacatiw won the first fight held in his hometown, despite being delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Jeremy Pacatiw’s MMA career has been a steady one, despite his lack of experience in his home country.
Jeremy Pacatiw will make his seventh appearance in Brave. He will be up against Felipe Efrain, who has a recent losing streak. The other bout between Pacatiw and Efrain pits Matheus Nicolau, an undefeated fighter. And finally, an amateur bout between Najam Khan and Sikandar Badar will be held.
If you have been following the UFC, you’ve probably heard about Jeremy Kennedy, the Canadian fighter who is ranked 37th worldwide in the featherweight division. Despite his lack of African experience, Kennedy jumped at the chance to fight in this tournament, and is now looking forward to the opportunity to compete in Africa. Kennedy is set to fight a number of top fighters, and his first African bout will be held in Morocco on August 18th.
Jeremy Kennedy is a bright prospect in the Featherweight division of the world. His record is impressive, with 11 wins and one defeat. His most recent wins were against Rony “Jason” and Kyle Bochniak. At Brave 14, Kennedy will make his promotional debut against Danyel Pilo. His goal is to challenge the current 66 kg. champ, Elias Boudegzdame.
After losing to Luis Rafael Laurentino in his PFL debut, Kennedy has moved on to the PFL. He signed with the Brazilian organization Brave CF and headlined their event on August 18, 2018. He won the fight by knockout in round one. In early 2019, Kennedy joined the Professional Fighters League. He was originally scheduled to face Alexandre Bezerra in the opening round, but he missed weight. Despite this setback, Kennedy was able to win the fight, earning a $1 million prize.
On the undercard, Jeremy Kennedy will face Danyel Pilo in the featherweight division. The two Italian fighters are ranked No. 1 in the UFC and are the only two Italians on the bill. While Kennedy is a top prospect, he may not be the best choice for a middleweight bout. Instead, Pilo has the right skills to make a good challenge.
The Brave Combat Federation has announced the addition of MMA event to Morocco, which is the first of its kind. Under the patronage of King Mohammed VI, the MMA organization aims to connect nations around the world through its events. Danyel Pilo, a featherweight fighter from Italy, will be the headliner in Brave 14, which will take place on August 18 at the Omnisports Indoor Club in Tangier, Morocco. Pilo says he is grateful for the opportunity to fight and is excited to compete in the first international MMA event on the continent.
The event will feature a featherweight bout between Jeremy Kennedy and Marat Magomedov. Kennedy won his Brave CF debut last August by beating Italy’s Danyel Pilo. Kennedy has a record of 12 wins and one loss. Magomedov, meanwhile, has a record of 10 wins and one draw. His last loss came in Indonesia, in which he lost to Luke Adams.
UAE Warriors 28 is the first international MMA event for the Middle East, and the middleweight title fight between champion Tarek Suleiman (12-7) and Irish opponent Will Fleury will make history. The event will also feature two Middle Eastern fighters, Tarek Suleiman (12-7) and Mohammad Yahya (13-1).
The fight will feature eight bouts and be under the patronage of King Mohammed VI. The event will also feature the Dutch-Moroccan kickboxer Badr “The Golden Boy” Hari. He is a former Olympic gold medalist and possesses a record of 107 victories in kickboxing. The winner of the event will face the winner of the Quintet grappling survival tournament.
In addition to the main event, Brave Combat Federation is planning its first international MMA event in Africa, called Brave 14. The debuting Middleweight will face Artur Guseinov on the preliminary card. The fight will be a title eliminator between the Middleweight and Lightweight divisions, and both fighters have said they would love to fight for the Middleweight belt.
Brave Combat Federation will be hosting its first international MMA event in Africa in Morocco on 18 August 2018. The tournament will be the first Super Cup outside of Spain, and will feature some of the world’s best fighters. This event will be broadcast on television networks like Star Sat, Fite TV, FloCombat, and Combate, among others. While there are a lot of reasons to be excited about Brave CF 14, it is certainly a huge step in the right direction for the sport in Africa.
The undercard of the Brave event includes three interesting bouts, one of which pits a Dutch fighter against a Mexican prospect. Another matchup pits a Syrian MMA star against a returning Russian fighter. The winner of this fight will be determined by a unanimous decision. Artur Guseynov was born in Makhachkala, Dagestan, and currently resides in Saint Petersburg.
Brave Combat Federation has announced a fight card for its first global MMA event in Africa, with Middleweight Tarek Suleiman battling Middleweight Artur Guseynov on the preliminary card. Suleiman and Guseynov both have said that they would like to fight for the Middleweight belt, and this could happen in the near future. Suleiman made his Brave debut earlier this year in Jordan against Will Fleury. Artur Guseynov is also a national Jiu Jitsu champion in France.
The Russian organised amateur network has given rise to the careers of several MMA fighters, including current UFC champion Petr Yan and Bellator champ Vadim Nemkov. It will also help nurture a new generation of stars in the years to come. In May, the national championship finals will be held in Russia, qualifying many of the nation’s finest to compete in the IMMAF world championship and European Open.
The Brave Combat Federation has also announced the fight card for Brave CF 14, a global mixed martial arts event to be held in Tangier, Morocco. The event is being promoted by the Brave Combat Federation and will be broadcast live on several TV channels, including Star Sat, VodaCom, and Fite TV. The event will be held under the patronage of King Mohammed VI of Morocco.