Murtaza Talha’s Middleweight debut leads latest set of bouts added to BRAVE CF 62

BRAVE Combat Federation is set for a return to Kazakhstan, with its 62nd show taking place in Almaty, on September 30th, in association with Octagon League. After announcing the first fights for the event, BRAVE CF officials have confirmed four more bouts set to take Central Asia by storm once again.

Leading the charge is amateur double world champion and undefeated fighter Murtaza Talha. The KHK Team Bahrain star drops down definitively to Middleweight as he takes on promotional newcomer Kirill Kohmitsky. A win could very well place Talha near the top of the division, with the 185-pound BRAVE CF world championship currently vacant.

Saudi Arabia superstar Abdullah Al-Qahtani faces Ilyor Bakhtiyar Uulu at Featherweight, with Sanjarbek Erkinov welcoming Anzor Abdulkhozhaev back to Featherweight in two huge bouts added to BRAVE CF’s return to Kazakhstan.

A Lightweight tilt of epic proportions will also take place at BRAVE CF 62, as jiu-jitsu specialist Kamil Magomedov takes on feared contender Akhmed Shervaniev, with the winner placing himself near the top of the heat at 155 pounds.

BRAVE CF 62 will put Kazakhstan in a select list of nations that have hosted three or more BRAVE CF shows, in an exclusive club headed by Bahrain, and also featuring Brazil, UAE, Sweden, Romania, and India.

BRAVE CF 62 Confirmed Bouts (so far):

Lightweight: Olzhas Eskaraev vs Rolando Dy

Featherweight: Nurzhan Akishev vs Mehmosh Raza

Featherweight: Ilyar Askhanov vs Omar Solomanov

Lightweight: Kamil Magomedov vs Akhmed Shervaniev

Middleweight: Murtaza Talha vs Kirill Khomitsky

Bantamweight: Alisher Gabdulin vs Bair Shtepin

Featherweight: Abdullah Al-Qahtani vs Ilyor Bakhtiyar Uulu

Lightweight: Sanjarbek Erkinov vs Anzor Abdulkhozhaev

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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