Valentina Shevchenko touches down in Minsk as special guest for BRAVE CF 51


One of the crucial dominant fighters on this planet as we speak, Girls’s Flyweight world champion Valentina Shevchenko may have her first style of BRAVE Fight Federation motion on June 4th. The fastest-growing group on this planet has invited ‘’Bullet’’ as a visitor of honor for BRAVE CF 51: The Future Is Right here.

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The 51th occasion for BRAVE CF may even be the primary time the promotion hosts an occasion in Belarus and Shevchenko has landed in Minsk and is worked up to expertise a combat week as a visitor in addition to the first-ever worldwide combined martial arts present within the nation.

‘’My coach and I had been invited as honored visitors to the BRAVE CF event. It’s all the time attention-grabbing for me to observe totally different promotions and battles. I count on it to be a giant occasion, as a result of MMA on this planet is now extremely popular, is the primary sport amongst fight martial arts. We’ve got a fighter week forward and I hope that I’ll get nice pleasure from each Belarus itself and the Courageous CF event’’, mentioned Valentina.

Shevchenko may have the chance to observe 12 electrifying bouts, that includes athletes from 14 totally different nations colliding for worldwide supremacy. In the primary occasion of BRAVE CF 51: The Future Is Right here, Braziian former world champion Lucas Martins will look to get again to successful methods in opposition to Germany’s primary fighter Marcel Grabinski. The co-main characteristic may have Denis Maher, one of many greatest Belarusian stars, making his worldwide debut in opposition to Rinat Sagyntay.

The most important younger star in MMA, Muhammad Mokaev may even be in motion, because the phenom returns in a Catchweight bout of 59kg in opposition to Georgia’s Ibragim Navruzov. Valentina Shevchenko may have two countrymen in motion as Almanbet Abdyvasy Uulu and Daniyar Abdibaev will signify Kyrgyzstan in opposition to Badmatsyren Dorzhiev, from Russia, and Belarus’ personal Vadim Kutsyi, respectively


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