Biggest Superstars in Arab MMA Arrived in Kombat Kingdom for BRAVE CF 48

Kombat Kingdom is in full action with the arrival of BRAVE CF 48: Arabian Night fighters from across 15 nations to fight in the strongest Arab fight card to take place in the world this Thursday, March 18 at the magnificent Arad Fort, in Arad at the Kingdom of Bahrain. 

Fighters began landing at Bahrain International Airport on Saturday March 13th and undergoing their post-arrival PCR test at the airport before being transported into the BRAVE CF Bubble at the Nordic Palace and Spa in the heart of the city at Seef District, Bahrain. 

The most anticipated fight week in the Middle East and North Africa region is set to begin this Sunday March 14th with the biggest and most talented fighters in the Arab world united under one roof. 

The week witnesses the return of two of the most noteworthy talents from Lebanon, Ahmad “The Shadow” Labban and Mohamad “Da Killa” Ghorabi as well as the global debuts of the biggest talent from Egypt, Maysara Mohamad, the #1 Flyweight in his country, and Eslam Abdel Baset, the #1 Light Heavyweight in his country, at the largest sports media property in the Middle East. 

BRAVE CF 48: Arabian Night also includes four impeccable fighters from Iraq. Hassan Talal is returning to the BRAVE cage, and bringing Hussein Salem, Issa Salem, and Ramyar Luqman with him to represent their nation on the fastest growing mixed martial arts promotion in the world. 

A historical week lays ahead for the Kingdom of Bahrain, BRAVE CF 48: Arabian Night is the second event of a series of four events taking place in Arad Fort, Arad. The events are leading up to the biggest fight card in MMA history, BRAVE CF 50, a celebration of BRAVE CF being the only global MMA promotion to visit 21 countries in its first 50 events. 

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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