BRAVE Combat Federation, renowned as the most global MMA promotion worldwide, has just unveiled the complete fight card for its highly anticipated event, BRAVE CF 73, set to take place in Bogota, Colombia, on August 12, as part of the 2023 Pan American Combat Week.
The main event promises to be a thrilling Bantamweight World Title Bout featuring Jose "Shorty" Torres and Nkosi "The Future" Ndebele.
In the co-main event, the flyweights will showcase their skills, with Brazil's Flávio de Queiroz facing his toughest challenge yet in the seasoned veteran Zach "Fun Size" Makovsky. Another Brazilian standout, Super Welterweight rising star Luiz Cado, is set to go toe-to-toe with the newcomer from Panama, Vernon Ramos.
For the passionate fans in Bogota, Colombia, one of the most anticipated attractions is the return of hometown hero Eduardo "El Burro" Mora. Eager to bounce back from a disappointing defeat in his last appearance in the BRAVE CF arena against Izzeddine Al Derbani, Mora will take on the legendary Keron Bourne, a prominent figure in combat sports from Trinidad and Tobago.
The main card will kick off with an exhilarating all-South American clash among the ladies. Venezuela's Yasmeli Araque seeks her first international MMA victory, but standing in her way is Ecuador's rising star Eidy Macías, determined to make her mark on the global stage during her BRAVE CF debut.
On the undercard, the spotlight will be on the best Colombian MMA fighters, competing under the LFC banner, as they face off against rivals from across Latin America. Among the four preliminary bouts, a particularly intriguing match-up features former BRAVE CF fighters Maurício Otalora and Calos Belloso.
Excitement is building for BRAVE CF 73, scheduled to take place at the Coliseo El Salitre in Bogota, Colombia. This event serves as the headline attraction of the inaugural BRAVE Pan American Combat Week, which also includes the IMMAF Pan American Championships, showcasing the most promising amateur prospects from all corners of the American continent.
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