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Brave 17 Live: Pakistan’s first-ever international MMA Tournament

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Brave 17 is the first ever international-level Mixed Martial Arts – MMA Tournament in Pakistan. The event is being organized by Brave Combat Federation (BCF) at Nishtar Park Sports Complex in Lahore. Brave CF has formerly organized such events in Bahrain, UAE, Brazil, India, Mexico, Jordan, Indonesia, United Kingdom and Morocco. This is the first time Brave CF has come to Pakistan.

Update: The event has concluded. You can watch the videos on GBee Youtube Channel.

Total 20 MMA fighters are participating in Brave 17. Pakistan is being represented by 7 fighters while 13 fighters have come from abroad.

2 MMA fighters from Gilgit-Baltistan including Uloomi Karim Shaheen and Haider Farman are participating in the event.

Brave 17: Fight Card:

Rodrigo Cavalheiro vs. Abdoul Abdouraguimov (Welterweight)

Jeremy Pacatiw vs. Uloomi Kareem (Bantamweight)

Ahmed Amir vs. John Brewin (Lightweight)

Frans Mlambo vs. Aidan James (Bantamweight)

Mehmosh Raza vs. Arben Escayo (Featherweight)

J P Buys vs. Gamzat Magomedov (Bantamweight)

Yibugele vs. Zia Mashwani (Featherweight)

Haider Farman vs. Ariel Oliveros (Strawweight)

Najam Khan vs. Mohammed Wasim (Welterweight)

Abbas Khan vs. Sikander Badar (Amateur Welterweight)

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😷 Pakistan

306,304 Cases
6,420 Deaths
292,869 Recovered
7,015 Active Cases
2.1% Death %
95.6% Recovered %

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965,199 Deaths
22,839,140 Recovered
7,450,349 Active Cases
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