Mixed martial arts (MMA) has swept across the globe like a tidal wave in less than a generation, charting one of the most remarkable trajectories of growth that the world has ever witnessed in a sport.
Filipino superstar Rolando “The Incredible” Dy is feeling the itch to compete once again after going through a war with Kyrgyz lightweight contender Abdisalam “Omok” Kubanychbek in Bahrain this past March.
In partnership with Rukh Sport Management, the organization is set to hold its inaugural event in Belarus on June 4. The state-of-the-art Falcon Club Arena in Minsk will play host to BRAVE CF 51.
The trilogy bout is official. Former ONE Lightweight World Champions Eduard “Landslide” Folayang and Shinya “Tobikan Judan” Aoki will meet for the third time.
In the main event, ONE Flyweight World Grand Prix, 12-time UFC World Champion Demetrious Johnson can further establish his legacy as the greatest mixed martial artist in history if he defeats reigning six-time ONE Flyweight World Champion Adriano Moraes.
Ryskulbek Ibraimov is one of the top flyweights to emerge from Kyrgyzstan and will replace Rahmatullah Yousufzai who withdrew from his fight with Lausa.
Rahmatullah Yousufzai will test the mettle of Filipino sensation Jenel “The Demolition Man” Lausa in the curtain-raiser of BRAVE CF 47: ASIAN DOMINATION on March 11 in Bahrain.
Jenel Lausa knows his upcoming bout is absolutely essential for getting “The Demolition Mans” professional mixed martial arts (MMA) career back on track.
“I’m taking on a very dangerous man who is maybe the top-ranked fighter in the division now next to the bantamweight king, Bibiano [Fernandes]. It’s not an easy fight, by any means. Lineker has a lot of power.” – Stephen Loman, Team Lakay
Rolando Dy desperately wants a shot at the BRAVE CF Lightweight World Championship after getting a new lease on life in the 155-pound weight class by defeating top-level opposition last year.