Brave Combat Federation president Mohammed Shahid has given a statement regarding the on-going coronavirus situation. While multiple sporting events are already suspended due to the global pandemic, Shahid noted that the promotion is closely monitoring the situation.
He also went on to add that the safety of the people is indeed the priority for the team. You can see the complete statement from Mohammed Shahid below.
This is a message for BRAVE Nation. For fighters, fans, managers, reporters, and everyone out there. The world is going through a very difficult moment, and these are the times when we must unite as human beings.
We, at BRAVE Combat Federation, are aware of these very challenging times as we urge you to follow the advice of WHO (World Health Organization) to stop the spread of #CoronaVirus.
This is not something to be taken lightly and I want to personally assure you that BRAVE Combat Federation is working towards a healthy solution for its events.
Because of the nature of this situation, we are not aware of what will happen in the coming months, and we will be taking things step by step. BRAVE CF will be keeping a close eye on all developments, as well as taking the advice of the World Health Organization and the local government authorities. That includes our show in Balneário Camboriú, on March 28th, and our events in Romania and Sweden.
Our job is to put on events and entertain the people. Fighters, managers, and trainers have a job to do, but this is a global issue, a world problem, and these are the priorities.
Every step we take will be in the best interest of the public, the governments, and the people. This is my personal promise to you and our top priority right now.
Let's be BRAVE and united we fight.
Brave CF’s next stop comes at Brazil for Brave CF 35 which will see the much-awaited rematch between Luan Miau Santiago and Cleiton Silva.
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