Ahead of “Month of Madness”, Mohammed Shahid Reflects on a Historic Year for BRAVE CF

BRAVE Combat Federation is gearing up for a true “Month of Madness”, with three events in one month all over the world, and president Mohammed Shahid has shared his thoughts on what has already been a historic year for the fastest-growing mixed martial arts promotion in the world. For Mr. Shahid, the most important thing for BRAVE CF is the vision of bringing the sport to all corners of the world and giving fighters from all around the globe an international stage to showcase their talents.

Since its inception in late 2016, BRAVE Combat Federation has done events in 17 countries and five continents, showcasing the best MMA action in countries where no other international promotion has landed in, such as Pakistan, India, Morocco, South Africa, and Saudi Arabia.

“When there is a vision that is bigger than yourself and that will bring better change worldwide you realize that it’s about how we can take that strong self and use it to build a strong team and loyal people around you, empower them and bring the best out of them. This will be the only way to achieve the vision beyond your self-development, and goals beyond oneself”, said Shahid.

The president also thanked the team behind the scenes for the work that has been put in during 2019, when BRAVE CF firmly established itself as an international force in mixed martial arts, making debuts in the Philippines, England, Romania, and setting itself for Kyrgyzstan, as well as returns to Jordan, Brazil, Colombia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, India, and soon to arrive once again in South Africa, and Saudi Arabia.

“Thank you to all the teams that helped me realize this lesson and together help be a part of one of the most global empires, that is changing lives worldwide”.

BRAVE CF will return to South Africa, this Saturday for BRAVE CF 31, in Durban, and moves on for its debut in Kyrgyzstan, on December 14th, and ends the “Month of Madness”, in Saudi Arabia, for BRAVE CF 33, set to take place in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

Author: Fight Game Asia

Robert Belen is a long-time combat sports writer for dSource Boxing. An avid sports fan, he knows no fear nor partiality in his reporting. If you have a problem with him, tell it to his face. (We bid you not.) You can follow him on Twitter @robertbelen

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