BRAVE Combat Federation has postponed its next three events due to the coronavirus outbreak, but the organisation remains committed to entertaining its ever-growing fanbase.
Officials announced yesterday that the promotion will do a rerun of the historic Brave 29 on Facebook on Saturday, the same day in which Brave 35 would have taken place in Balneário Camboriú, Brazil.
Widely considered one of the best mixed martial arts shows of last year, the largest event in Asia had 14 explosive bouts, featuring athletes from Lebanon, Brazil, Russia, South Korea, Germany, Jordan, Philippines, Iraq, Ireland, Spain, South Africa, Latvia, Bahrain, England, Georgia, Colombia, and Argentina, highlighting the truly global impact Brave CF has on the MMA world.
The show also featured the first-ever KHK World Championship, a one-night, open weight tournament that gave the winner a cash prize of $100,000, plus the right to be called the provisional holder of the KHK belt, adorned with 6.2 kg of gold, the most prestigious prize in all of sports.
Brave CF 29 was a celebration of the global aspect of mixed martial arts as it took place during the Brave International Combat Week, alongside the IMMAF World Championships, with fans, athletes and combat sports enthusiasts all descending upon the kingdom for a week of non-stop action.
Fans will be able to be a part of the conversation and comment on the biggest moments of the show on social media profiles with the hashtag #ReliveBRAVECF29.
Like and share Brave CF’s Facebook page to relive Brave 29 – www.facebook.com/bravemmaf