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Brave 20 full fight card released

Other Sports
Tue, 27 Nov 2018

Brave Combat Federation has announced the full fight card for the 20th edition of the event taking place on December 22 at Gachibowli Arena in Hyderabad, India.

Brave 20 showcases nine professional bouts featuring fighters from nine countries including the US, Italy, Morocco, New Zealand, Brazil, India, Jordan, Indonesia, and the UK.

The main event features Leon Aliu facing Sidney Wheeler in a middleweight bout. In the co-main event, New Zealand’s rising star John Brewin will face Anas Siraj Mounir from Morocco in a lightweight bout.

Brave Combat Federation will be featuring a women’s strawweight bout in the main card between Micol Di Segni from Italy and Maria Ribeiro from Brazil.

Keith Lee, brother of UFC star Kevin Lee, will return for his second bout at Brave Combat Federation against Angad Bisht in a bantamweight bout.


Jalal Al Daaja from Jordan will face the undefeated Indian MMA sensation Kantaraj Agasa in a bantamweight bout. Agasa is the only fighter with an undefeated professional career in India.

The undercard features a heavyweight bout for the first time in Brave Combat Federation.

Bob Beech from the UK will face his countryman Mindaugas Gerve. Abdul Muneer will return for a crucial bout against Ali Qaisi who will be making his promotional debut with Brave Combat Federation.

Satendar Bankura from India will face Oloan Silalahi from Indonesia in a middleweight bout, while Sarabjit Singh from India will face countryman Satya Behuria in a flyweight bout.

The event is held in India in association with Mercury Sport.

Brave Combat Federation will host three events next month.

Brave 19 will be held in South Africa on December 8 at Sun City, Johannesburg, while Brave 21 will mark the first global mixed martial arts event in Saudi Arabia on December 28 at King Abdulla Sports City Indoor Stadium in Jeddah.

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