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Super Eights: Brave Combat Federation counting down 2018 with 8 events, wrapping with Brave 21

Brave Combat Federation have announced the remainder of their calendar for 2018 with 8 events scheduled between now and year end.

Brave Combat Federation's Global Expansion press conference, 8 August 2018.
The announcements were made at this week's 'Global Expansion' press conference. Photo courtesy Brave Combat Federation.

When Brave Combat Federation suggested they were expanding operations and the second half of 2018 would be busy, they weren’t messing around.

The Bahrain-based promotion have announced a further seven shows beyond next week’s Brave 14 in Tangier Morocco.

Remaining events will take place in Morocco, Colombia, United Arab Emirates, Pakistan, Bahrain, South Africa, Saudi Arabia and India.

Here’s how the schedule looks for the remainder of this calendar year.

Brave Combat Federation shows to end 2018

  • Brave 15: Bucaramanga, Colombia (7th September, 2018)
  • Brave 16: Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (21st September, 2018)
  • Brave 17: Pakistan (TBD)
  • Brave 18: Bahrain (11-18th November, 2018) – Brave International Combat Week
  • Brave 19: Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (TBD)
  • Brave 20: Johannesburg, South Africa (TBD)
  • Brave 21: India (TBD)

On top of that, you’ve got the company’s first foray into Africa with Brave 14 in Morocco, Saturday next 18 August.

The promotion made their first foray into Europe with a show in Belfast’s SSE Arena this past June.

While there are no European dates between here and the end of the year, it is anticipated that a number of European shows will be scheduled for 2019.

Of all the events announced, all eyes will be on their homecoming show for Brave 18, set to take place in Bahrain during Brave International Combat Week.

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