Bahrain’s mega promotion Brave CF holds its sixth installment Brave 6 on April 29th, in Almaty City, Kazakhstan. The first Central Asia landing of Brave is going to add to the gliding success to come across Asia. Headlining the Kazakhstan line up are Russia’s Eldar Eldarov versus Henrique “Rasputin” Gomes, along with biggest stars of Central-Asian MMA, Habiti Tuerxunbieke who is to face Azerbaijan’s Fariz Ibadly.
One of the biggest stars and well supported Lebanese athletes who will also enter the cage at Brave 6 is none other than Mohammad Fakhreddine (9-1-0).
This Lebanese fighter may be 32 years old, but with a little baby boy, he is suited up for the battle with the wisdom of an experienced fighter and urge to make his boy proud.
His debut was to be in Brave 1, though unfortunately injury kept him away and forced a later date to continue his cage adventures. Brave CF 4 however saw his dominant win against Brazilian Marcus Vinicius in Round 2.
After a big performance in Abu Dhabi in March, he’s back already for more and excitement is in the air as soon it is to be announced that he will fight a UFC veteran. This Lebanese beast is on top of his game and might be taking on his toughest opponent yet in Brave 6 Kazakhstan on April 29th!! Only 6 days after Brave 5 in India, the action doesn’t stop coming with this Bahrani global exploration.
A true martial artist can endure many fights per month, or week, but only few these days have the mental and physical ability to succeed on such short time frames. Mohammad Fakhredine has the stamina and the support of his country behind him to do so.
“I finished my first fight un-harmed, not even a scratch. Wiped off all the blood from my opponent and they want me back. I am ready, physically and mentally. All that remains is to shred away the few extra pounds 🙂 “
Stay tuned to ArabsMMA.com as we reveal Fakhreddine’s opponent!