شاهد يؤكد BRAVE رؤية جديدة تعتمد على الاهتمام بالمواهب الصاعدة​​Brave President Shahid Emphasizes Fighter Centered Vision

أكد الرئيس التنفيذي لمنظمة خالد بن حمد لفنون القتال المختلطة KHK MMA ، رئيس اتحاد القتال الشجاع BRAVE ، أن الاتحاد يعتمد على نهج جديد في التعامل مع المقاتلين والمواهب الصاعدة في رياضة فنون القتال المختلطة. ويأتي ذلك وسط تركيز الرؤية الخاصة بالاتحاد على المقاتلين ، مؤكدا إن هذا الأسلوب يعتمد على مبدأ الإحترام في كيفية التعامل مع المقاتلين.

 

و أضاف شاهد مخاطب جميع المقاتلين والإداريين الذين ينتمون لـ  BRAVE  :” أعدكم بأن أبذل أقصى كل جهدي ، هذه هي رؤية سمو الشيخ خالد بن حمد آل خليفة. نحن سنعمل على تأسيس مرحلة جديدة في كيفية تسيير الأعمال في هذا المجال، و سنصل لكل من يريد منصة جديد لأن يقاتل بها. هدفنا أن نصل للمقاتلين الذين لديهم شغف كبير لهذه الرياضة”.

 

ويتيح هذا الأسلوب للمقاتلين الحصول على الفرصة التي لطالما تطلعوا للحصول عليها. ومن المقرر أن تقام النسخة الرابعة من بطولة BRAVE في أبوظبي في نهاية الشهر الجاري، حيث سيكون النزال الرئيسي هو الاول من نوعه ، كونه سيكون على حزام وزن الريشة بين النجم الجزائري إلياس بوديغزديم و نجم بطولة القتال النهائي UFC السابق ماسيو فولين ، فيما سيجمع اللقاء الرئيسي الثاني النجم فخرالدين  بالمقاتل البرازيلي ماركوس فينيسيوس في وزن الوسط .

 Only a year ago, there was a sole promotion in the Middle East that a fighter could join to be considered competing at the the highest level. Yet, with the recent rise of giant promotions came healthy competition to the Middle Eastern MMA landscape. What was once thought of as a crazy dream, top fighters now have several options to collect a paycheck for punching people in the face.

The President of Brave Combat Federation, an MMA promotion which is part of the grape vine of H.H. Shaikh Khalid’s “KHK MMA” is changing the way things are done. Moham​m​ed Shahid is out on the road getting up close and personal with fighters, future talents and prospects that could one day sign a deal and join the Brave roster.

Ever since the company was created, the main vision was to be “Fighter Oriented”.  Athletes all over the world are looked down upon and mistreated but not in Brave. The approach is all about respect, and respect is all they are getting back. For those familiar with how people on the higher level treat fighters, this move shows nothing but humbleness and respect towards athletes from the president.

Shahid stated: 

“For all fighters and managers we promise to do the best we can for the sport and everyone involved. This is the vision of HH. Sheikh Khaled Bin Hamad Al khalifa.
KHK MMA and BRAVE will change how business is done. We will be  reaching out to everyone that needs a platform and give them the value they deserve.
I don’t care what the fight business thinks or how people in that industry work. Our goal is to do all we can to reach out to as many fighters as possible, who have passion, and live for this sport. Have patience, we are coming for the whole sport!”

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Shahid reached out to fighters and had back n forth conversations with many on his official twitter account. To highlight a few, Mohammad Shahid and Syrian MMA star Tarek Suleiman exchanged words of appreciation and recognition, agreeing to meet in Abu Dhabi when the promotion heads there.

This approach gives the chance for all the fighters to get the attention of the right person. With all the business and drama surrounding this sport, some fighters are put in the shadows, deprived of a chance to shine.

Brave Combat Federation will land  in the UAE on the 31st of March for “Brave 4: Unstoppable” carrying a momentous card headlined by Boudegzdame Vs. Fullen, and co-starred by Fakhreddine Vs. Vinicius.

Suleiman, won’t be on this card , but he will surely be cornering Mohammad Fakhreddine, the Lebanese super star that will fight in the co-main event that night. Both fighters are currently training in Thailand, as they get ready to accomplish their mission at Brave 4: Unstoppable.

Make sure to make your way and attend this one of a kind event. The first Brave title is on the line backed up by a star-studded fighter card, packed with the biggest mixed martial arts talents the Middle East has to offer.