Brave Combat Federation‘s first fight week of 2019 is underway as fighters from all over the world have touched down in Manila, Philippines, to take part in the groundbreaking Brave 22: Storm of Warriors, set for the Mall of Asia Arena, on March 15th. Some of the brightest stars in the fight card lighten up the Resort World Manila for open workouts by a special press conference last Wednesday, March 13.
The headliners of the event were Brave Bantamweight champion Stephen Loman, and challenger Elias Boudegzdame, as well as Cian Cowley (Ireland) and John Brewin (New Zealand), who faced each other in the co-main event of the evening.
Other Filipino stars such as Jeremy Pacatiw, Marc Alcoba, Rolando Dy also attended as they get ready for their homecoming inside the Brave cage as well as Pakistan’s Mehmosh Raza was at the stage at the Resort World Manila at the second floor of the Newport Mall.
Brave 22: Storm of Warriors marks the first time the biggest MMA promotion in the Middle East lands in the Philippines. Ten local warriors will take on the world’s best in a fight card full of excitement and entertainment.
About Brave Combat Federation:
Brave Combat Federation (Brave CF) is a Mixed Martial Arts promotion under KHK MMA Bahrain through the vision of His Highness Shaikh Khalid bin Hamad Al Khalifa, the prince of Bahrain. His vision is to create a global sports media property which would unite nations through sports and turn athletes into champions.
Brave 22: Storm of Warriors is Brave CF’s 22nd MMA event and its first event in the Philippines. The main card will feature Filipino fighter Stephen Loman, who will defend his bantamweight belt for the third time and for the first time on home soil against Elias Boudegzdame of France. The event will be held on March 15, 2019 at the Mall of Asia Arena, Pasay City, Philippines.
For more information about Brave and this event, please visit www.bravefights.com/brave-22.
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