Major Mixed Martial Arts fight teams are aiming to make their mark in Jordan at Brave 10: The Kingdom Rises. The fight night features 24 fighters from 13 nations.
The top Mixed Martial Arts fight teams that athletes have chosen to train includes Straight Blast Gym Ireland, KHK MMA Gym, ObyFight France, Tiger Muay Thai Thailand, Team Lakay, Fight Fit Militia, La Bonne Ecole, Team Crossface, Chute Boxe Brazil are among the major gyms featuring fighters at Jordan.
Tiger Muay Thai based in Thailand will be is hugely favoured by multiple athletes. Mohammed Fakhreddine, Tareik Suleiman, Nawras Abzakh and Jalal Daaja are currently training in Thailand.
Mohammed Fakhreddine will be facing Tahar Had in one of the most awaited rematches in the Middle East. The rivalry is so far the biggest in the history of the Middle East. Tahar is training at ObyFight, France alongside David Bear who will be facing Jarrah Al Selawe at the co-main event.
Straight Blast Gym Ireland under Head Coach John Kavanagh, will showcase three fighters including former IMMAF Gold Medalist, Frans Mlambo along with newly signed prospects Will Fleury and Dylan Tuke.
Frans Mlambo will be facing Felipe Efrain from Chute Boxe, Brazil in a high stare bout that will eventually determine the contender for the Bantamweight championship at Brave Combat Federation.
Team Lakay which was voted as one of the best MMA training facilities in Asia have a high priority fight featured when Cristiano Pitpitunge is set to face Jalal Al Daaja who trains at Tiger Muay Thai. Jalaal had previously defeated Jeremy Pacatiw from Team Lakay and the bout is important for both the fight teams.
The other notable bouts includes Ikram Aliskerov training at KHK MMA Gym from Bahrain competing against newcomer Chad Hanekom who trains at Fight Fit Militia in South Africa.
Both fighters are set to establish their dominance at the Middleweight division of Brave Combat Federation placing their undefeated winning streak on the line.
Team Crossface from UK straining multi-time champion Charlie Leary to face Abdul Kareem Al Selwady, while the featherweight champion Elias Boudegzdame is training at La Bonne Ecole, France to face the featherweight contender, Jacob Kowalewicz.