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BRAVE CF 66: Winners of Indonesia vs. Indonesia to compete abroad, says BRAVE CF president

LockerRoom Team
24 November 2022

Four BRAVE CF Indonesian combatants now have the ideal incentive heading into BRAVE CF 66, which takes Four BRAVE CF Indonesian combatants now have the ideal incentive heading into BRAVE CF 66, which takes place on November 26 in Bali, thanks to BRAVE Combat Federation President Mohammed "The Hawk" Shahid.

As BRAVE CF prepares to touch down in the South-East Asian nation, President Shahid has guaranteed the winners of Oloan Silalahi vs Wilem Natalex Munster and Achterson Andre Rumainum vs Randi Febian will get the chance to compete against international opponents next year.

“We are very excited to be back in Indonesia,” says Shahid. “We have always kept a very close eye on the development of the MMA scene there. We look forward to giving the local fighters a global platform to showcase their talents and I am pleased to announce that the winners from the two "Indonesia vs Indonesia" fights will have the opportunity to fight abroad against an international opponent in 2023’’.

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Following the success of BRAVE CF 12: KHK Legacy, which was held in Jakarta in 2018, Indonesia has always been considered a long-term target market for BRAVE Combat Federation.

Now, Silalahi, Munster, Rumainum, and Febian all stand an equal chance of landing a chance that might change their lives. The only Light Heavyweight fight of the evening pits Silalahi against Munster, a fellow countryman, in the 205-pound class of the BRAVE CF.

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 made a devastating debut to BRAVE NATION. Munster may be new to BRAVE CF, but he is also known for scoring brutal knockouts, potentially setting up a "Fight of the Night" contender.

In the first match of BRAVE CF 66, featherweights Rumainum and Febian make their professional debuts. Rumainum, a former K-1 competitor who trains at the Proximo and Papua Top Teams' facilities, will begin his MMA career in the 145-pound weight class.

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Febian has experience in K1, but he has also won the Province Sambo championship. To make a lasting impression with his professional MMA debut, the Han Malang athlete will rely on all of his skills and abilities.

The world's fastest-growing MMA organisation makes its long-awaited return to Indonesia with BRAVE CF 66 on November 26. Go to for more details about BRAVE CF 66.


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