Brave Combat Federation under the initiative of His Highness Sheikh Khalid bin Hamad Al Khalifa had strengthened global relations as the promotion is ready to host events in geo-locations in Middle East and Europe during 2018. The initiative established strong cultural relations with multiple heads of nations, key diplomats and ambassadors by promoting the sport of mixed martial arts and giving athlete a global platform to represent their nationalities.
“Athletes of Brave Combat Federation has showcased to the world that sports can overcome the barriers set language, culture, distance and become the binding force for the future. We are committed to promote the sport on a global scale and provide opportunities for athletes. While most sports are restricted to certain geographies in the world, we took the sport of mixed martial arts and promoted the sport beyond language and geographies which itself is the reason for success. Our aim is to force strong community relations alongside sustainable cultural and developmental relations on a global scale.”, said Mohammed Shahid, President of Brave Combat Federation.
Brave Combat Federation had organised embassy visits that brought athletes closer their communities. Philippines, India, France, Algeria, Morocco and Pakistan are some of the nations which were part of the embassy visits. A total of 32 fighters arrived in Bahrain representing 21 nations for Brave 9: The Kingdom of Champions which is the largest MMA event ever to be hosted in the MENA region. The rise in International relations are set to connect the initiative with multiple global partners. Brave Combat Federation has already announced to diversify digital operations during the year 2018 which will further support the initiative of Bahrain to push digitalisation across various industries to promote a technology driven economy.