Kubanychbek Looking to Steal the Show and Book a Title Shot at BRAVE CF 46

BRAVE CF 46 is looking more and more promising by the day, and one of the fights to watch out for is the duel between Kyrgyzstani star Abdysalam Uulu Kubanychbek and Jahongir Saidjamolov, from Tajikistan. They will fight in the main card of the organization’s first-ever event in Russia.

Kubanychbek is one of the biggest rising stars in the Asian MMA scene. He first rose to prominence following a run at the WEF Global title. He joined the BRAVE CF roster during the co-promoted event between both organizations and earned himself a long-term contract with an amazing performance.

Late this year, after several attempts at fighting only for his scheduled bout to be cancelled, he was able to squeeze in a second victory. At BRAVE CF 45, he showcased why Kyrgyzstan is a rising force within the MMA world. Showing the patience of a veteran and the ruthlessness of a young wolf, Kubanychbek ran through Vagif Askerov to get his second BRAVE CF win.

After the fight, ‘’Omok’’ called out recently-crowned Amin Ayoub, the reigning BRAVE CF Lightweight world champion.

However, before he can think about a title shot, another massive force stands in front of him. Jahongir Saidjamolov is another fighter on the rise, and will get the chance to represent Tajikistan in a worldwide platform, a country that has been paying much more attention to the development of the sport in recent years.

BRAVE CF 46 takes place at the WOW Arena (Krasnaya Polyana zone), on January 16th, in partnership with Krepost Selection. In the main event, Eldar Eldarov puts his Super Lightweight world title on the line against Leonardo Mafra, while veteran Ali Bagautinov makes his much-anticipated BRAVE CF debut in the co-main event against Oleg Lichkovakha. Russian stars such as Konstantin Erokhin and Roman Bogatov are also confirmed for action.

Author: Robert Belen

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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