The injury bug strikes again as Sweden’s Guram Kutateladze was forced to pull from the upcoming Lightweight title fight against Cleiton “Predator” Silva at BRAVE CF 35, in Brazil. BRAVE CF officials have confirmed the information about Guram’s injury.
According to sources close to the situation, Guram Kutateladze suffered a rib fracture during his last sparring sessions ahead of the trip to Brazil. The length of Kutateladze’s recovery, though, was not informed by his team nor BRAVE CF officials.
With only a couple of weeks before the beginning of BRAVE CF 35 fight week in Balneário Camboriú, Brazil, the promotion hasn’t announced yet what are its plans, finding a new opponent for the champion Cleiton “Predator” or simply cancelling the main event.
BRAVE CF 35 will mark the fifth BRAVE Combat Federation event in Brazil, making it the most-visited country by the world’s fastest-growing MMA promotion alongside the Kingdom of Bahrain.
The fight card, scheduled for March 28, will host the first two matches of the prestigious BRAVE CF Flyweight World Title Tournament, valid for the Group A: Flávio de Queiroz vs Malcolm Gordon and Jose “Shorty” Torres vs Matheus Nicolau.
Current BRAVE CF 35 card without the main event:
Jose Torres vs. Matheus Nicolau 125 lbs
Marcel Adur vs. Malcolm Gordon 125 lbs
Lucas Martins vs. Felipe Silva 155 lbs
Leonardo Mafra vs. Carl Booth 170 lbs
Luan Santiago vs. Amin Ayoub 170 lbs
Daniel Santos vs. Rany Saadeh 135 lbs
Max Denner vs. Alex Martinez 155 lbs
Tim Ruberg vs. Dustin Stoltzfus 185 lbs
Gabriel Miranda vs. Rafael Silva 145 lbs
Wilian Poles vs. A. Magomedov 145 lbs
Geraldo Coelho vs. Rami Hamed 170 lbs
Hamyrez Oliveira vs. Eduardo Mora 135 lbs
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