• BRAVE CF will be making its way to South Korea with "Road to BRAVE: South Korea" in January 2022
  • The "Road to BRAVE" series hopes to develop local talent while scouting for potential stars
  • BRAVE CF returns to Russia this weekend with another stacked card

Bahrain-based BRAVE Combat Federation continues to break boundaries by announcing the promotion’s first-ever card in South Korea entitled “Road to BRAVE: South Korea.”

The “Road to BRAVE” series aims to further develop the local mixed martial arts (MMA) scene while also showcasing the best talent that the host country has to offer, potentially being invited to join the promotion down the road.

It will be held in coordination with Australia-based Beast Championship Federation, with some of the winners from the event will be given a spot on a future BRAVE CF card.

BRAVE CF was established by His Highness Sheikh Khalid bin Hamad Al Khalifa in 2016 and has remained true to its aims of global expansion.

Holding a multitude of live events across multiple continents that include Russia, Sweden, Brazil, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, Mexico, Philippines and Italy, the company is looking to bring in more talent from across the globe.

It has also been reported that the outfit is planning to foster this expansion by way of having a club system similar to what FIFA has done for football internationally.

“MMA is one of the most global sports along with football. It deserves a sports system that helps the industry reach its potential around the world and BNL (BRAVE National League) will be that solution,” remarked Valeria Lang, the promotion's COO, back in late September.

Thanks to its contributions to the sport and steady rise to prominence, the promotion received a nomination for Best Promotion of the Year at the prestigious 13th annual World MMA Awards hosted by Fighters Only Magazine.

BRAVE CF’s potential only continues to grow as the organization eyes live events in Germany in April 2022 and another "Road to BRAVE" event in a country yet to be disclosed.

The company is scheduled to hold an event in Rostov-on-Don, Russia on Saturday, November 6 with the BRAVE CF Flyweight World Title Tournament semifinal clash between Ali Bagautinov and Jose “Shorty” Torres headlining the affair.

With no signs of their momentum stopping soon, the live event in South Korea will surely give BRAVE CF a much-needed boost in the Asian region.

Road to BRAVE: South Korea will be held on January 8, 2022.

Road to BRAVE CF - South Korea
BRAVE CF announced that they will be holding a live event in South Korea in January 2022 to help develop local talent while also scouting for future stars. BRAVE CF

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