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BRAVE CF 76 Results: A Rollercoaster Night of MMA Action in Jakarta

LockerRoom Team
30 November 2023

BRAVE Combat Federation's electrifying return to Indonesia unfolded at the Balai Sarbini in Jakarta this Saturday, marking a night filled with gripping emotions, controversies, and sensational fights. As MMA enthusiasts witnessed the action live in the arena and around the globe, BRAVE CF 76 demonstrated why mixed martial arts stands as the fastest-growing sport worldwide.

In the highly-anticipated main event, Kamil Magomedov showcased his prowess as one of the top Lightweights globally, delivering a near-perfect performance against Josh Togo. The two fighters cautiously gauged each other's moves in the opening moments, eventually opening up with Togo focusing on leg and body kicks, and Magomedov unleashing unorthodox strikes and spinning kicks. The second round saw Magomedov dropping Togo, swiftly transitioning to secure a rear-naked choke, sealing the victory at 1m28s of the round.

Controversy ensued in the co-main event when Murad Guseinov applied a buggy choke on David Martinez. The referee intervened, prompting Martinez to contest that he remained conscious, adding a touch of drama to the night.

The card featured one of BRAVE CF's most dramatic fights to date, with Randi Febian and Dewantoro Wibowo engaging in a remarkable showcase. Febian came close to breaking Wibowo's arm, who retaliated with an illegal strike on his way to securing the win. The fight, filled with intense moments, continued into the second round, where Febian stunned the audience with a left hook, ultimately finishing Wibowo in a jaw-dropping sequence.

Rizal Zulmi nearly claimed the fastest KO in BRAVE CF history, stopping Weerasak Phormsakha in just 15 seconds, a mere three seconds away from the record set by Anton Turkalj in April 2021.

Following the whirlwind night of fights, BRAVE CF is gearing up for the next chapter in Bahrain with the onset of BRAVE International Combat Week. The combat sports extravaganza kicks off on December 5 with BRAVE CF 77, followed by BRAVE CF 78 in Brazil on December 7, BRAVE CF 79 on December 8, and culminating with BRAVE CF 80 on December 15. Additionally, the IMMAF Asian Championships will run from December 10 to December 16, promising an action-packed conclusion to 2023 for BRAVE CF fans worldwide.

BRAVE CF 76 Full Fight Results

Lightweight: Kamil Magomedov def. Josh Togo via submission (rear-naked choke) - 1m28s - Round 2

Super Lightweight: Murad Guseinov def. David Martinez via submission (buggy choke) - 3m41s - Round 1

Lightweight: Windri Patilima def. John Manahan via submission (rear-naked choke) - 2m45s - Round 1

Bantamweight: Fajar def. Kenneth Maningat via TKO (Referee stoppage) - 1m08s - Round 2

Flyweight: Ruel Panales def. Mao Jianbing via TKO (strikes) - 3m44s - Round 1

Heavyweight: Ganbayar Tumurkhuyag def. Vincent Majid via KO - 1m23s - Round 2

Bantamweight: Mojtaba Nasiri def. Jefri Arianto via submission (arm-triangle choke) - 1m28s - Round 1

Bantamweight: Randi Febian def. Dewantoro Wibowo via TKO (Punches) - 1m38s - Round 2 

Featherweight: Rizal Zulmi def. Weerasak Phromsakha via KO - 15s - Round 1

Bantamweight: Alexander Lew def. Anugrah Simamora via submission (rear-naked choke) - 3m40s - Round 1

Bantamweight: Murugan Silvarajoo def. Ari Fadhillah via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 30-27)

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