Mochamed Machaev-Shoaib Yousaf to Headline Fourth Straight Brave CF Event in Sweden

By Tudor Leonte Aug 13, 2020

It seems that Brave Combat Federation loves Sweden, and Sweden loves Brave CF.

According to sources close to the situation, the Bahraini promotion is going to hold its fourth straight event in the Scandinavian country on Aug. 24. Brave CF 40 will be topped a featherweight clash as up-and-coming Austrian fighter Mochamed Machaev takes on Shoaib Yousaf.

In his latest cage appearance, "The Beast" Machaev (9-0) made a statement by dominating RXF veteran Ciprian Maris before the doctor halted the bout at the end of Round 2. Machaev impressed in his promotional debut by taking a unanimous decision over Matjaz Vicar at Brave CF 34 in January. Prior to signing with Brave, he gathered plenty of experience -- all victories -- in the Czech promotion XFN.

Yousaf (7-1) is currently riding a five-bout winning streak, including stoppages in his last four. In his organizational debut in December, the English fighter submitted Hassan Talal via rear-naked choke at Brave CF 33. Six of the seven victories for “The Assassin” have come inside the distance.

Back in March, former Brave featherweight champion Bubba Jenkins vacated his title after he signed with the Professional Fighters League. The winner of the Machaev-Yousaf clash could potentially find themselves in contention for the throne.

Brave CF's next event is Brave CF 39. The Aug. 15 card also taking place in Sweden is headlined by the welterweight clash between Tahar Hadbi and Titan Fighting Championships veteran Giannis Bachar.
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