Nkosi Ndebele, a BRAVE Combat Federation star, returns to the cage this month to restart his title campaign.
The MMA fighter from South Africa has been scheduled for BRAVE CF 66 in Bali, Indonesia as he attempts to move closer to the coveted 135-pound golden strap.
The fifth-ranked Bantamweight competitor will take on Indonesian mixed martial artist Fajar, who is making his BRAVE CF debut and is currently on a four-fight winning streak. The former One Pride MMA Bantamweight Champion will try to thrill his home crowd by defeating the African superstar with a decisive victory.
Ndebele's final scheduled BRAVE CF assignment came to a disappointing conclusion when Matiss Zaharovs of Latvia was forced to cancel their BRAVE CF 64 match at the last minute.
Due to a significant medical issue, Zaharovs was unable to attend the bout, leaving Ndebele on the African All-Stars programme in the Kingdom of Bahrain last month without a challenger.
After months of arduous work and planning, it was a difficult pill for "The Future" to take.
Nkosi, who is currently on a four-fight winning streak and is still unbeaten at bantamweight, most recently defeated Colombian MMA superstar Eduardo Mora at BRAVE CF 60.
Ndebele can continue his successful 135-pound campaign this month in the gorgeous region of Bali, and with one more victory, the African mixed martial artist would likely face Canadian Brad Katona for the title.
The world's fastest-growing MMA organisation makes its long-awaited return to Indonesia with BRAVE CF 66 on November 26.
The main event of the card will be a massive Flyweight contest between Kazakhstan's Asu Almabaev and Bahrain's Muhammad Idrisov, in which Almabaev will attempt to solidify his position as the top contender. Go to www.bravecf.com for more details about BRAVE CF 66.