BRAVE CF Announces 3 Events in Germany for 2022 in Association with NFC

The year of 2021 still has an exciting schedule for BRAVE Combat Federation but the fastest-growing MMA promotion in the world is already shaping its 2022 calendar. BRAVE CF has announced three events for the second quarter of the upcoming year, marking its debut in Germany.

The series of events, to be held in subsequent weeks, April 9, 16, and 23, will be promoted in association with NFC, National Fighting Championship, the most prestigious Mixed Martial Arts organization in the European country under BRAVE CF exclusive media partner for Germany, Austria and Swizz, FIGHTING.de. 

“We are very excited to start our BRAVE CF national MMA vision in Germany with 3 groundbreaking shows,” says BRAVE CF President Mohammed Shahid. “With the largest market share in European MMA, it is the responsibility of BRAVE CF to develop the MMA industry in the continent. With a strong partner like NFC we are confident to not only put on some action packed MMA shows but also see many national superstars coming from Germany.”

“The cooperation with BRAVE CF is an honour for us and shows that we are on the right track to make MMA huge in Germany,” says Michael Ortlepp, CEO of FIGHTING.DE. “To work with such a high profile partner like BRAVE CF is a huge step for the development of MMA in our country. Also it’s an incredible chance for local fighters to present and prove themselves on such a big international stage.”

So far, BRAVE CF has visited 23 countries and the list will expand to 24 soon with: Bahrain, Brazil, UAE, India, Kazakhstan, Mexico, Jordan, Indonesia, Northern Ireland, Morocco, Colombia, Pakistan, South Africa, Saudi Arabia, England, Philippines, Romania, Kyrgyzstan, Slovenia, Sweden, Russia, Belarus, Italy, and the upcoming card in Poland.

The next scheduled BRAVE Combat Federation card, as previously mentioned, will take place in Poland, in the city of Konin, on September 25. The fight night will be headlined by the Lightweight title bout between the champion Amin Ayoub and the challenger Ahmed Amir. 

About NFC:

Founded in 2019, the National Fighting Championship (NFC) has  been rapidly growing into the leading MMA events series in Germany.  NFC creates spectacular high quality events  for Germany’s top fighters  and international challengers. Part of the successful concept is the MMA tournament ‘NFC Series’, which sets a stage for the next generation of  champions.  NFC stands for fairness, good communication, respect and  appreciation.

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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