For those who missed the action-packed, very exciting LIVE telecast of “Brave 2: Dynasty” that took place in Bahrain early this morning Pacific time, MMA aficionados can catch the fights which will be replayed internationally on ABS-CBN Sports + Action in nine territories and on Myx TV in the U.S. as Brave Combat Federation President Mohammed Shahid continues his global promotional surge. Taking Bahrain to the world and bringing the world to Bahrain was his mandate when he started the organization.
Representing Bahrain is local golden boy Hamza Kooheji who faced off against Filipino adversary Jeremy Pacatiw.
Troy Bantiag also represented the Philippines, whose supporters turned out in mass for the inaugural Brave 1 show.
The event took place place Friday Dec 2, 2016 at Khalifa Sports City in Isa, Bahrain. Fighters from 15 different countries battled in the second installment of Brave Combat Federation.
Friday’s show aired on ABS-CBN Sports and Action Network aka S+A, a network targeted to male audiences which has coverage of major international sporting events like the NBA, UFC and the FIFA World Cup. Now “Brave” joins this illustrious list of sports to be aired on this highly regarded network, and depending on where you are, you will be able to watch it with your breakfast, lunch, dinner or perhaps your midnight snack. S+A can be found throughout Asia, Europe, North America and the Middle East.
In the U.S. Brave 2 will also air on MYX TV, the only English-language multicultural Asian American entertainment network in the United States. Myx TV is broadcast in more than 15 million households on cable providers such as Comcast, Time Warner, Cox, Bright House and DIRECTV. The network is also available on digital platforms, offering on demand content on www.myx.tv and on OTT platforms such as Roku, Samsung Smart TV and Blu-ray and Sony Bravia and Blu-ray.
The Brave 2 Dynasty card was stacked with highly competitive bouts featuring fighters from around the globe, and the main event pitted Dagestan, Russia against Nottingham, England as two big hitting Welterweights, Gadzhimusa Gaziev and Carl Booth went toe-to-toe.
The co-main event featured undefeated German fighter Ottman Azaitar against Argentinian Kevin Koldobsky, who trains in Dublin, Ireland. Also featured are two renowned fighters from the US, Walel Watson and Daniel Swain, which may persuade the U.S audience to wake-up early to catch the action live or replay. (Bravefights.com/ABS-CBN).