Brave Combat Federation hosted its first Media Day for Brave 20 in Hyderabad, India at Hotel Trident.
Athletes went through extensive media production sessions for the event alongside photoshoots and interviews. The international athletes were also involved in poster-signing sessions apart from answering questions from journalists about their upcoming fights.
Brave 20, which will take place at 6pm tomorrow at Gachibowli Indoor Stadium, marks the first and biggest international Mixed Martial Arts event being held in Hyderabad.
It will witness the most number of Indian athletes in a single fight card. Nine Indian professional fighters will compete for the first time in an international bout.
Two Indian professional fighters – Kantaraj Agasa and Nelson Paes – will be featured in the main card against Jordanian opponents. Kantaraj and Paes will take on Jalal Al Daaja and Ali Qaisi, respectively.
Open workouts were showcased in Kris Gethin Gym in Hyderabad. Global superstars and Indian athletes showed their skills before children who practise martial arts.
The aim of open workouts exclusively in attendance of children was to promote the sport of MMA as well as to educate and spread a disciplined and healthy lifestyle among the youth.
Following the open workouts, Indian media interviewed the athletes.