BRAVE Combat Federation star Nkosi Ndebele returns to the BRAVE CF cage to get his title campaign right back on track this month.
The South African MMA athlete has been booked for BRAVE CF 66 in Bali, Indonesia as he looks to take one step closer to that elusive 135-pound golden strap.
The number-five ranked Bantamweight athlete will face BRAVE CF debutant and Indonesian mixed martial artist, Fajar who is riding a four-fight win streak. The former One Pride MMA Bantamweight Championship king will look to excite his home fans with an emphatic win over the African star. Ndebele’s last scheduled BRAVE CF assignment ended in a huge disappointment after his opponent, Latvia’s Matiss Zaharovs, was forced to withdraw from their BRAVE CF 64 fight at the eleventh hour.
Zaharovs was unable to make the fight due to a serious medical condition leaving Ndebele without an opponent on the African All-Stars card last month in the Kingdom of Bahrain. It was a tough pill for “The Future” to swallow following months of hard work and preparation. Nkosi is riding a four-fight win streak and remains unbeaten at Bantamweight with his last victory coming over Colombian MMA star, Eduardo Mora at BRAVE CF 60.
This month, in the picturesque province of Bali, Ndebele can continue his successful 135-pound campaign run and another win can easily catapult the African mixed martial artist to a title fight against current champion, Canada’s Brad Katona.
BRAVE CF 66 takes place on November 26th as the world’s fastest-growing MMA organisation returns to Indonesia after a four-year hiatus.
The fight card will be headlined by a colossal Flyweight fight as Kazakhstan’s Asu Almabaev looks to cement his Number-One contender status when he faces Bahrain’s Muhammad Idrisov. For more information on BRAVE CF 66, visit www.bravecf.com.