Brave Combat Federation has announced that focusing on the upcoming talents from the Philippines will be a priority for the organisation.
With multiple events already in the pipeline, the promotion founded by His Highness Sheikh Khalid bin Hamad Al Khalifa have featured fighters from Philippines in events organised in Bahrain, UAE, Brazil, India, Mexico, Jordan, Indonesia, United Kingdom, Morocco and Pakistan.
Brave Combat Federation had extensively worked with Team Lakay from Philippines and have Stephen Loman as the current reigning bantamweight champion. The champion had been praised for his historic title reign by Ambassadors of Philippines to Bahrain as well as United Kingdom.
Another achievement is that Jeremy Pacatiw from Philippines is the most competed fighter in the promotion with 7 appearances in all together 17 editions of the promotions including the upcoming co-main event taking place in Lahore, Pakistan on 27th October. With Brave Combat Federation hosting an upcoming event in Philippines in 2019, the promotion has intensified athlete relations and partnership relations with the region.
“We are looking forward to adding more fighters from Philippines in the fight card of Brave 17. The nation is a hotspot for immensely talented athletes who are committed to the sport and have the highest level of talent in the region. Expansion to Philippines had always been an agenda and adding depth to the line-up from Philippines will be a major step towards achieving this goal.
We hope our upcoming events will be a testimony of our commitment towards the region”, commented Mohammed Shahid, President of Brave Combat Federation.