Brave Combat Federation’s vision for the development of mixed martial arts in Europe and beyond gets much support from boxing royalty. The promotion announced that both Chris “Next Gen” Eubank Jr., 29, of England and his father Chris Eubank Sr., 52, will attend “Brave 24: London” at the Copper Box Arena, inside the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London, England on July 25, 2019.
Previously, Brave CF confirmed that Amir “King” Khan, 32, of England, would be among the VIPs at “Brave 24: London.” However, the British champion pulled out from the event due to a change in his schedule.
“Brave 24: London” is an invite-only show designed to connect the highest level of influencers, celebrities, businessmen and politicians to the sport of MMA. Brave CF seeks to elevate the sport to another level in terms of building a new global ecosystem focused on the sports industry instead of the events industry.
The younger Eubank is the current International Boxing Organization Super-Middleweight Champion, having regained the title against fellow Brit James “Chunky” DeGale, 33, on February 23, 2019. Before that, the former won the interim World Boxing Association Middleweight Championship title as well as the British Middleweight Championship title.
On the other hand, the older Eubank is one of the best boxers of his generations as he held world titles in two different weight classes having won the middleweight and super-middleweight belts for World Boxing Organization. He was undefeated for the first 10 years of his career and remained without a loss at middleweight.
Both father and son will enjoy an unforgettable gala night, with the most luxurious MMA experience ever. In the main event, former Interim Brave CF Lightweight World Champion Lucas “Mineiro” Martins, 30, of Sao Paulo, Brazil will challenge reigning Brave CF Featherweight World Champion Bubba “Bad Man” Jenkins, 31, of California, United States.
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