One of Bahrain’s biggest sporting idols has joined the fight against coronavirus.
Brave Combat Federation bantamweight fighter Hamza Kooheji has become one of the voices of the #BRAVECombatsCovid19 worldwide campaign, which is set to impact thousands of fans around the world with awareness over the dangers of the virus and how to better protect yourself and your loved ones.
Brave Combat Federation, Bahrain’s premier sporting organisation, has recruited fighters from around the world in the fight against coronavirus, asking them to send videos and to make sure their own followers, fans, as well as their own communities, are aware of what’s needed from them to make sure that the virus doesn’t spread.
In the video posted to his social media profiles, ‘The Pride of Bahrain’ urges his fans to only trust official guidelines put forth by the World Health Organisation, as well as to not spread information that has not been verified by authorities. Kooheji also asks everyone to be strong in this difficult moment, and thanks everyone that’s working hard to contain the virus.
Hamza Kooheji was scheduled to fight Jaures Dea, from Cameroon, at Brave 37, in Sweden. However, due to the coronavirus pandemic, his fight has been postponed and will be rescheduled soon, a decision Hamza says was “wise” on the part of Brave.
Under the KHK Heroes Foundation, Brave fighters are empowered by the strong platform of Brave CF to share a vital message, to educate, remind and gently guide their fans to work together in unity, to reach out to others and show compassion.
#UnitedWeFight #BRAVECombatsCovid19 is executed by KHK Heroes Foundation, under Shaikh Khaled bin Hamad Al Khalifa.
Hamza Kooheji’s awareness video against Coronavirus for #BRAVECombatsCovid19 campaign - https://www.instagram.com/p/B-FLBMnptLC/