Mahmoud Sebie, the newest member of BRAVE Combat Federation, will go down in history when he enters the BRAVE CF 67 cage the following month. When Wajdi Missaoui of Tunisia competes against Egypt's famed greco-roman wrestler in a Super Lightweight match for a special BRAVE TV event on December 12th, Missaoui will make history by being the first Olympian to compete for BRAVE CF.
Mahmoud has won the Arab championship four times, the African championship five times, and the Africa Cup gold medal. Mahmoud left the realm of professional wrestling to pursue MMA last year, training with the illustrious American Top Team organisation. The 30-year-old "Prince of Egypt" has proven himself to have a promising future after switching to MMA with two victories and two defeats in some of the largest promotions.
Missaoui, who is also making his BRAVE CF debut, is unbeaten and has won his last two fights since turning pro. His last success came to a spectacular end in the first round when Mahdi Boughanmi was knocked out by kicks. One of the best MMA exports from Tunisia is Missaoui, who excels in all areas of the sport.
Eldar Eldarov, the Super Lightweight champion, and the unbeaten Denis Maher will square off in a Super Welterweight fight at BRAVE CF 67. The best Arab athletes from the region will compete in BRAVE CF 67, a private event.
The promotion will conclude the year five days after the concert with a return to Germany for BRAVE CF 68, which is held in collaboration with NFC, on December 17. Visit www.bravecf.com for additional details on BRAVE CF 67 and BRAVE CF 68.