The top MMA talent is discovered by BRAVE Combat Federation from all over the world. Since its founding, the fastest-growing mixed martial arts promotion has crossed the globe, holding events in 28 different nations and giving international competitors a professional stage on which to display their abilities.
The BRAVE Combat Federation returns to one of its bases in Indonesia this month. The promotion will return to South-East Asia for the first time since BRAVE CF 12 was hosted in Jakarta in 2018. A few local athletes had the opportunity to raise their hands there and forever alter their life. On November 26, nothing will change as five Indonesian warriors will once again shine on the world stage.
Fajar Kamacho hopes to make an impact
Fajar "Macho Kamacho" (MMA 4-1), a well-known MMA fighter from Indonesia, makes his BRAVE CF debut on the main card and has a great chance to establish himself as a contender for the Bantamweight title. The fifth-ranked BRAVE CF Bantamweight Nkosi Ndebele, who is on the verge of winning the title, is one of the most electrifying MMA fighters he will meet.
Fajar is a skilled combatant with three finishes and one decision win. The Tiger Shark athlete is on a four-fight winning streak and is eager to continue it at BRAVE CF. In addition to upsetting the division, a victory for Fajar might have far-reaching consequences for the former One Pride MMA Bantamweight champion.
Fellow Indonesians clash
The only Light Heavyweight fight of the night takes place on the preliminaries, pitting Wilem Natalex Munster of Indonesia against Oloan Silalahi of Indonesia. Munster is scheduled to make his BRAVE CF debut while Silalahi will make his second appearance. When he defeated Satinder Bankura of India at BRAVE CF 20 in 2018, Silalahi—the second-ranked professional Heavyweight in South-East Asia—made a devastating debut in the promotion.
Following his most recent tune-up match, Silalahi will be eager to once again wow the home fans with one of his signature KO displays. Although Munster is new to BRAVE CF, he is renowned for delivering brutal knockouts.
The BRAVE CF rookie competes out of Jambi, Indonesia's Joglo Camp. With five of his six victories coming by way of KO/TKO, he has a strong boxing and K1 background and utilises his power rather effectively. Given that both of these athletes will be holding explosives, the BRAVE CF matchmakers may have produced a contender for "Fight of the Night" with this matchup.
Indonesians Achterson Andre Rumainum and Randi Febian will square off in their professional debuts in the first bout of BRAVE 66. The 145-pound division will be where Achterson Andre Rumainum, a 27-year-old former K-1 fighter who trains at Papua Top Team and Proximo gym, will begin his MMA career. Although Randi Febian has experience in K1, the former Province Sambo champion from Han Malang will draw on all of his knowledge and abilities to ensure that his professional mixed martial arts debut is successful.
Indonesia has always been a long-term target territory for BRAVE Combat Federation following the success of BRAVE CF 12: KHK Legacy, which took place in Jakarta on May 11th, 2018. That event featured future Super Lightweight world champion Eldar Eldarov and Brian Hooi who competed in a Lightweight main event. Now, BRAVE CF aims to build on that success with a memorable show at BRAVE CF 66. For more information on the upcoming Bali event, visit www.bravecf.com.