Pakistan to take part in its first international Brave Combat Federation MMA event

Brave Combat Federation (BCF) adds Pakistan to its group of eight for upcoming MMA event set to take place in October this year.

Pakistan for the first time will take part in the international mixed martial arts event announced by Brave Combat Federation (BCF) set to be held in October this year.

In an announcement made during the Brave Global Expansion 2018, it was confirmed that Pakistan has been included in the Bahrain-based promotion’s group of eight nations where the upcoming events will be organized. Other participant nations are Morocco, Colombia, United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, South Africa, Saudi Arabia and India.

Brave established in 2016, in less than two years of its creation, has been a platform for more than 250 fighters from 43 countries. It is viewed as the most distinguished MMA promotion hailing from the Middle East.

Pakistan’s Haider Farman, one of the 250 plus athletes featured on the preliminary card of Brave CF 9 in November 2017, claimed a remarkable victory by defeating India's Atif Mohammad Khadim. The fight opened with fervent exchanges between the two, the encounter however ended with Haider being declared as the winner by the judges.

Pakistan has now become a member of BCF.

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