It’s all systems go for all athletes competing at the highly-anticipated BRAVE CF 54 in Konin, Poland on Saturday, September 25th.
All warriors slated to strut their wares on the historic card were given the green light after making weight during the official weigh-in this Friday morning, September 24.
Eyes were on the main event as Amin “Fierceness” Ayoub of France puts the coveted BRAVE CF Lightweight World Championship on the line against Egyptian challenger Ahmed “The Butcher” Amir.
Ayoub stepped on the scales at 69.85 kilograms, while Amir weighed 70.2 kilograms for the first World Title bout of his ten-year professional career.
Things got really heated when both men engaged in an intense staredown as Ayoub and Amir traded barbs with play-by-play announcer Phil Campbell trying his best to separate the two.
Meanwhile, the grudge match between Muhammad “The Punisher” Mokaev (58.7 KG) and Blaine O’Driscoll (58.65 KG) set for the co-feature attraction slot likewise received its clearance. But both almost traded blows during the weigh-ins after the Manchester, England-based Dagestani shoved the Irishman.
On the other hand, the only women’s strawweight contest on the show tomorrow night also drew attention as Polish heroine Ewelina Wozniak (52.4 KG) and Samin "The Demon" Kamal Beik (52 KG) of Italy were jawing at each other before they could actually pose in front of the camera.
The rest of the historic card will serve as a showcase for a host of the very best international talents in the sport, including Marcel Grabinski, Ismail Naurdiev and Marcin “Bomba” Bandel.
BRAVE CF 54 will be broadcasted to more than 150 countries worldwide, and fans can watch via television, computer or mobile device. The full event stream will be available on the BRAVE CF TV website—with some regions excluded. Check your local listings for time and availability. Don’t miss the action!
BRAVE CF 54 Full Weigh-in Results
BRAVE CF Lightweight World Championship
Catchweight (58.87 KG)
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