Brave Combat Federation has announced that Brave 23: Pride and Honor will be available for free through Brave TV. Fans will have the chance to watch the most exciting fighters in the world, with athletes from 16 nations representing their flags in the only truly global promotion in mixed martial arts.
The historical fight card, set for April 19th, in Amman, Jordan, will be headlined by three world title fights, including the first-ever world Super Lightweight championship bout, plus the promotional debut of Flyweight standout Jose Torres.
The groundbreaking show will be available on Brave TV, and viewers will be able to live stream the event after they sign up on the promotion’s official website.
Brave TV will not be available to the USA, Middle East, North Africa, Philippines, and India. Fans from those regions will be able to watch the show through our partners at Fite TV (USA), Abu Dhabi TV (Middle East and North Africa), ESPN5 (Philippines), and MTV (India).
Brave Welterweight world champion and Jordanian icon Jarrah Al-Selawe will make the first defense of his title against undefeated grappling phenom Abdoul Abdouraguimov in the main event of Brave 23. Bahrain’s Eldar Eldarov meets Mounir Lazzez, from Tunisia, for the inaugural Super Lightweight world title, while Abdul-Kareem Al-Selwady defends his Lightweight crown against Brazilian deadly striker Luan “Miau” Santiago.