Full BRAVE CF 56 Fight Card Revealed

BRAVE Combat Federation will land in Serbia for its final show of 2021, with BRAVE CF 56 taking place in Belgrade, on December 18. The maiden Serbian fight night for the truly global MMA promotion had its full fight card revealed, counting with representatives of 11 different countries, and highlighting once again the global reach of BRAVE CF.

The nations to be represented inside the BRAVE CF Arena will be : Philippines, Serbia, South Africa, Lebanon, Latvia, Croatia, Slovenia, Saudi Arabia, Bulgaria, Poland, and Turkey.

The card will be headlined by the return of the Filipino star Rolando “The Incredible” Dy, who takes on the hometown hero Slobodan Maksimovic, from Serbia, in a 3-round Lightweight bout.

Co-headlining the night, BRAVE CF 56 will see yet another Serbia vs the world contest. Fighting at home for the first time as a BRAVE CF fighter, Miro Jurkovic faces the former Middleweight world title challenger Chad Hanekom, from South Africa.

BRAVE CF 56 will be promoted in association with Liga MMA and take place at the BelExpo Centar, in Belgrade, the third balkanic city to host a BRAVE Combat Federation fight night.

The Belgrade show will turn Serbia into the 25th country to host a BRAVE CF event, as well as the 10th European country and the 7th nation this year to welcome BRAVE CF in its land.

Full BRAVE CF 56 fight card:

Lightweight: Rolando Dy (Philippines) vs Slobodan Maksimovic (Serbia)

Middleweight: Chad Hanekom (South Africa) vs Miro Jurkovic (Serbia)

Super Lightweight: Ahmed Labban (Lebanon) vs Nemanja Kovac (Serbia) 2

Bantamweight: Matiss Zaharovs (Latvia) vs Borislav Nikolic (Serbia)

Light Heavyweight: Zvonimir Kralj (Croatia) vs Jakob Nedoh (Slovenia)

Super Welterweight: Tomek Langowski (Poland) vs Jovan Marjanovic (Serbia)

Featherweight: Abdullah Al-Qahtani (Saudi Arabia) vs Nejc Preloznik (Slovenia)

Catchweight (77kg): Nikolay Nikolov (Bulgaria) vs Milos Cvetkovic (Serbia)

Bantamweight: Ahmet Simsek (Turkey) vs Miljan Zdravkovic (Serbia)

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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