MTV associates with Brave Combat Federation for 'Brave 20'

MTV Brave 20 to air on MTV on 17 February

MUMBAI: MTV, India’s youth brand, is all set to bring the fight series MTV Brave 20 in association with the Brave Combat Federation presented by Mercury Sports Entertainment on 17 February at 9 pm.

The two-hour episode will showcase the epic fight that took place in Hyderabad on 22 December 2018. In addition to the special episode, the channel will also air the fight episodes from all the 23 seasons, MTV Brave Series, starting 25 February, Monday to Friday at 10 pm on MTV, also available on VOOT.

One of the largest Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) organisations in the world, Brave Combat Federation is the truly global and fastest growing MMA promotion in history, it is also the strongest sports media property in the Middle East. As a sport that is rapidly gaining mileage in India, Brave Combat is the only federation offering a true global platform in the country.

With an increasing growth in the content consumption for Mixed Martial Arts especially among the youth, MTV Brave provides a perfect platform to explore the hidden gems and drive positive perception towards Mixed Martial Arts as a budding sport in India.

MTV Brave will provide a perfect blend of entertainment and intense fights with some of the most influential MMA fighters like Abdul Muneer, the star of the first-ever Indian super fight who has several boxing championships to his credit. Other fighters such as Mohammad Farhad and Kantharaj Shankar Agasa are pioneers in the field of kickboxing and Judo, respectively, and successfully made their transition to the MMA cage.

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