Bahrain's BRAVE Combat Federation Expands into France, solidifying their spot as the most global organization in MMA

by BTM

Tue, 30 May 2023

Bahrain's BRAVE Combat Federation Expands into France

Bahrain's BRAVE Combat Federation continues its impressive expansion, announcing its debut show in France set to take place on September 7th in Nantes. This event will solidify BRAVE CF's spot as the most global organization in mixed martial arts.

The launching pad for this momentous occasion was a special press conference held at the H Arena in France, which is the home of one of the largest handball teams in Europe. With the debut of BRAVE Combat Federation in France, the Kingdom of Bahrain now boasts the largest market share in Europe for MMA, hosting 21 events in 12 countries overall.

BRAVE CF's ambitious global expansion plan is clear to see as they continue to host events in more countries than any other organization since June 2018. This expansion not only solidifies their status as the most global MMA organization, but it also makes them the largest market share holder in Asia and Africa.

Additionally, the BRAVE Combat Federation is widely recognized as being the biggest sports media property in the Middle East. It's safe to say that Bahrain's MMA darling has made quite an impact in the combat sports industry, leaving no stone unturned when it comes to dominating the global scene.

BRAVE CF has built its reputation by providing fighters with the perfect platform to showcase their skills, while at the same time putting on high-quality events in front of thousands of fans worldwide. Their foray into the French market is a clear sign of their dedication to bringing MMA to the masses while putting on entertaining shows.

The upcoming debut event in France is set to be a must-see for all combat sports fans, as the world will once again see why BRAVE CF is quickly becoming the premier MMA organization in the world. With a growing list of international locations under their belt, there's no denying that the future looks bright for the Bahrain-based mixed martial arts giant.