Valentina Shevchenko Touches Down in Minsk as Special Guest for BRAVE CF 51 

One of the most dominant fighters in the world today, Women’s Flyweight world champion Valentina Shevchenko will have her first taste of BRAVE Combat Federation action on June 4th. The fastest-growing organization in the world has invited ‘’Bullet’’ as a guest of honor for BRAVE CF 51: The Future Is Here


The 51th event for BRAVE CF will also be the first time the promotion hosts an event in Belarus and Shevchenko has landed in Minsk and is excited to experience a fight week as a guest as well as the first-ever international mixed martial arts show in the country. 


‘’My coach and I were invited as honored guests to the BRAVE CF tournament. It is always interesting for me to watch different promotions and battles. I expect it to be a big event, because MMA in the world is now very popular, is the number one sport among combat martial arts. We have a fighter week ahead and I hope that I will get great pleasure from both Belarus itself and the Brave CF tournament’’, said Valentina. 


Shevchenko will have the opportunity to watch 12 electrifying bouts, featuring athletes from 14 different nations colliding for international supremacy. In the main event of BRAVE CF 51: The Future Is Here, Braziian former world champion Lucas Martins will look to get back to winning ways against Germany’s number one fighter Marcel Grabinski.

The co-main feature will have Denis Maher, one of the biggest Belarusian stars, making his international debut against Rinat Sagyntay.

 
The biggest young star in MMA, Muhammad Mokaev will also be in action, as the phenom returns in a Catchweight bout of 59kg against Georgia’s Ibragim Navruzov.

Valentina Shevchenko will have two countrymen in action as Almanbet Abdyvasy Uulu and Daniyar Abdibaev will represent Kyrgyzstan against Badmatsyren Dorzhiev, from Russia, and Belarus’ own Vadim Kutsyi, respectively

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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