11 countries set for Brave 14 clash
GDN Online Desk
Brave 14 will feature athletes from 11 countries in the first-ever global mixed martial arts event hosted in the continent of Africa.
The event will be held in the Omnisports indoor club of Tangier, Morocco on August 18.
The athletes are coming from Italy, Canada, Brazil, France, Philippines, US, Russia, Netherlands, Sweden, Mexico and Syria.
The initiative marks the first between the Kingdom of Bahrain and the Kingdom of Morocco in the field of sports.
The event, which is held under the patronage of His Majesty King Mohammed VI of Morocco, marks the most number of nations represented in a fight card in Africa. It is also the first edition of Mixed Martial Arts event hosted in Morocco.
The main event will be headed by Jeremy Kennedy from Canada facing Danyel Pilo from Italy in a featherweight bout.
Other fighters confirmed for the event includes Felipe Efrain, Arnold Quero, Sidney Wheeler, Abdoul Abouraguimov and more.
Brave 14 will be broadcasted live through Abu Dhabi Sports, StarSat, VodaComm, Fite TV, Combate and FloCombat.