BRAVE CF 51: The Future Is Here is set to take over the European MMA scene on Friday, June 4th, in Minsk, Belarus with a groundbreaking fight card, featuring athletes representing 14 nations. In the main event of the evening, former world champion Lucas Martins will be going up against Germany’s number one fighter Marcel Grabinski in a Lightweight bout of epic proportions.
In the early, official weigh-ins this Thursday, June 3rd, both men made weight comfortably, with Lucas stepping in at 70,5kg, while Grabinski weighed in at 70,55kg, making their headliner fight official for tomorrow.
BRAVE CF 51 will also feature a Super Welterweight bout between Belarusian hero Denis Maher, and Kazakhstan’s own Rinat Sagyntay, with both men also making weight below the 79,8kg limit, with Maher coming in at 79,45kg and Sagyntay at 79,6kg.
All of the 24 fighters from tomorrow’s fight card have successfully made weight and will be at Dana Mall later today for the ceremonial weigh-ins, where they will face off against their opponents for one final time before fight night.
BRAVE CF 51: The Future Is Here will be broadcast around the world by bravecftv.com, with the action starting at 4.30 PM (GMT). The show is hosted in association with Rukh Sport Management.
BRAVE CF 51: The Future Is Here Weigh-In Results
Lightweight: Lucas Martins (70,5kg) vs Marcel Grabinski (70,55kg)
Super Welterweight: Denis Maher (79,45 kg) vs Rinat Sagyntay (79,6kg)
Lightweight: Ylies Djiroun (70,6 kg) vs Sam Patterson (70,25kg)
Super Welterweight: Vadim Kutsyi (79,75kg) vs Daniyar Abdibaev (79,2kg)
Featherweight: Roman Bogatov (66,2kg) vs Abdulmutalip Gairbekov (66,2kg)
Catchweight (59kg): Muhammad Mokaev (58,5kg) vs Ibragim Navruzov (58,9kg)
Bantamweight: Vladislav Novitskiy (61,4kg) vs Yanis Ghemmouri (61,65kg)
Flyweight: Badmatsyren Dorzhiev (57,05kg) vs Almanbet Abdyvasy Uulu (57kg)
Bantamweight: Aydemir Kazbekov (61,05kg) vs Abdul Karim Badakhshi (60,9kg)
Strawweight: Anastasia Feofanova (51,5kg) vs Sevde Turk (51,9kg)
Light Heavyweight: Vadim Rolich (92,35kg) vs Kurbonsho Jamolov (92,65kg)
Catchweight (62,5kg): Artem Lukyanov (62,5kg) vs Bakhtovar Yunusov (62,45kg)