BRAVE CF 51 in Belarus Leaves Credible Mark In MMA History

The Middle East-based BRAVE Combat Federation officially puts the latest events on the register. This is a monumental milestone that fell last Friday, June 4th.

BRAVE CF: The Future Is Here was a memorable night featuring 11 games played at the state-of-the-art Falcon Club Arena in Minsk, Belarus.

In the match that became the headline of the card, I saw three local heroes leave as the big winners of the night.

Denis Maher maintained his professional record after bringing the first defeat to Rinat Sagyntay in Kazakhstan. This extended Belarus’ winning streak to eight games.

There was also Vadim Kutsyi who focused on the whole super welterweight division. He won by a unanimous decision against fellow Kyrgyzstan debuter Daniyar “Don” Abdibaev.

The last local fighter to conclude the event was Vadim Rolich. He scored a knockout on the highlight reel and stopped Kurbonsho Jamorov with a spinback kick and follow-up punch, leaving only 25 seconds left in the final round.

“Last Friday’s event was a big hit with fans not only in my home country but throughout Europe. There were lots of event posters around Minsk and people were always talking about the battle that took place.” Kutsyi said. “It’s a good sign, as I’ve seen people who haven’t been interested in MMA before.”

The performance of the three Belarusian bets was a great way to restore and condition the glorious days of the country in mixed martial arts (MMA).

The country has some of the best athletes in MMA history, especially in the 2000s. The live event brought back good memories, and there seems to be more to come.

Photo: Brave CF official photo released

BRAVE CF continues its efforts to provide opportunities for overlooked fighters in regions such as Northern Ireland, England, Sweden, Russia, Slovenia, Romania and Belarus.

In the words of BRAVECF President Mohammed Shahid, there are no plans to slow down the promotion.

“We visited so many countries during our journey to promote MMA’s global ecosystem. Apart from the development of national sports, our goal is to make positive changes to MMA. It’s also about bringing, which makes each country’s best talent a global star, and talent is the only variable, “says Shahid.

“I am confident that the popularity and development of Belarusian MMA will increase significantly after this event.”

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