The cause of women in sports in the country got a big shot in the arm when Atty. Charlie Ho, president of the Philippine Netball Federation was elected Vice President of the Asia Netball, formerly Asian Netball Federation, last July 15 in a voting process done via virtual conferencing.
Since its inaugural card in 2016, BRAVE CF has spearheaded 51 live events in five continents and has visited 22 different countries, including Russia, Sweden, Brazil, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, Mexico and the Philippines.
UP College of Human Kinetics coach Francis Diaz has issued an official statement on the status of UPMBT head coach Bo Persaol.
BRAVE CF lightweight contender Rolando “The Incredible” Dy entered a new phase of his life nearly a year ago when he and his wife, Stephanie, welcomed their first child, Joy Gabrielle, to the world.
MMA is still relatively new to France after the legalization of the sport in January 2020, but it is developing quickly and there are plenty of outstanding homegrown talents climbing their way up the ranks in BRAVE Combat Federation.
It’s no secret that a lot of fans and analysts believe South Korean veteran “Arale Chan” Seo Hee Ham is the odds-on favorite to beat #1-ranked contender Denice “Lycan Queen” Zamboanga and move on to win the whole ONE Women’s Atomweight World Grand Prix.
Tier One Entertainment announced their partnership with the world’s leading media investment company, GroupM. As the first and only Philippine esports and gaming company GroupM is partnered with, this is a landmark moment that opens a wide array of avenues for Tier One and the Gaming Entertainment industry to grow and expand.
Ylies “Broly” Djiroun, one of BRAVE Combat Federation’s prized recruits earlier this year, has been a professional mixed martial artist since 2011 with 24 bouts to his name.
BRAVE Combat Federation has come a long way since its inception in 2016, and Carl “The Bomber” Booth is a witness to the company’s rise from a startup mixed martial arts (MMA) promotion to a global sports juggernaut.
All Polish power-hitter Maciej “Magic Man” Gierszewski ever wanted to do in the prime years of his existence was to become a professional mixed martial arts (MMA) athlete.