Media members interested in covering Brave Combat Federation’s first-ever English event can already apply for accreditation to cover the biggest show in the company’s history. The historic event is titled “Brave 24: London.”
Featuring eight mixed martial arts matches, “Brave 24: London” will take place at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park inside the Copper Box Arena in London, England on July 25, 2019. It is set to take Europe by storm, by connecting the highest level of influencers, celebrities and politicians to MMA, with the goal of empowering the sport and exposing it to a new and highly powerful audience.
The accreditation process will take place through Brave CF’s official website. Media members will be asked to fill a quick form and provide the promotion with a few details, such as the applicant’s name, news outlet, email and phone number.
The “Brave 24: London” media accreditation process will be finalized on July 16, 2019. New requests will be taken into account after that date so Brave CF urges media professionals to apply as soon as possible.
“Brave 24: London” will be an invite-only event. It will be headlined by reigning Brave CF Featherweight World Champion Bubba “Bad Man” Jenkins, 31, of California, United States and his challenger Lucas “Mineiro” Martins, 30, of Brazil.
In the co-main event, Maciej “MagicMan” Gierzewski, 32, of Poland and Northern Ireland will make his Brave CF debut. He will compete in the lightweight division against undefeated fighter Cian “The Warrior” Cowley, 25, of Dublin, Ireland.
Here is a “Brave 24: London” promo: