Brave Combat FederationThe debut event in Russia received a monumental addition to the fight card.
Bear Steppin, one of Russia’s biggest names from Kalmykia, will meet with promotional rookie Alexander Kestov in a BRAVE CF 46 feature match in collaboration with the Crepost Selection set up for Sochi. Look for a 2nd place win under the BRAVE CF banner. , January 16th.
Bair Shtepin has the opportunity to further develop his outstanding BRAVE CF debut as he plays against his compatriots on January 16th next month. The BarsMMA representative destroyed his opponent Gerson Pereira in the first round of BRAVE CF44. The battle showed off the best of Bair. He is an exciting, flashy and decisive fighter. He dominated the lonely round of the fight and was able to end the match with a spinback kick to the body. Seven of his nine victories were in the finish. Five of them were KO / TKO and two were submissions.
Alexander Kestov presents a major challenge to bantamweights around the world. With only one defeat in his ten professional battles, Alexander has one of the most underrated fighting teams behind him, Murat Keshtov’s K-Dojo. The “AK-47” will run the train with KHK open weight world champion Azamat Murzakanov and others. Rustam Chsiev – The latter will also be implemented in BRAVE CF46.
Brave CF’s first foray into Russia is found in the ultra-lightweight world title. Current champion Eridal Eridalov defends the throne from deadly striker Leonardo Mafra, and Russian mixed martial arts legend Ali Bagautinov returns to co-main against Oleg Rikobaka. Also, some of the best names in Russian MMA, such as Roman Bogatov, Gamzat Khiramagomedov and Konstantin Erokhin, are set to take action.
– MMA Sports
Former CFFC and ROC champion Alexander Kestov returns to Russia
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