BRAVE Combat Federation continues to make big strides, and the Bahrain-based outfit looks to continue the momentum this Saturday, November 6.
The promotion returns to Russia for BRAVE CF 55, but this time around, its cage lands in the bustling city of Rostov-on-Don to host a card headlined by the last semifinal clash of the prestigious BRAVE CF Flyweight World Title Tournament.
In the main event, Jose “Shorty” Torres of the United States battles Russia’s very own Ali “Puncher King” Bagautinov–with the winner moving on to face Velimurad Alkhasov in the finals.
Aside from the headliner, the organization has raised the stakes as three other match-ups have serious World Title implications.
Moreover, the show will feature the host nation’s up-and-coming stars who will be getting a fair share of the international limelight.
As the countdown begins, BRAVE CF hopes to make a plethora of memories in its sophomore foray into Russia in order to sustain its momentum created by its strategic expansion in Europe.
Out of the 24 countries it visited since its inception in 2016, nine of them are European countries. In 2021 alone, it held inaugural events in Russia, Belarus, Italy and Poland.
Though it looks like BRAVE CF has dominated the European market, it seems to be the tip of the iceberg as the organization announced last September that three live events will be held in Germany on April 9, 16 and 23 of 2022.
Further details about BRAVE CF’s maiden venture to Germany will be disclosed to the public in the coming weeks.