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Kavanagh will attend Brave 9, Mineiro wants two belts and more

Brave News, the online show that keeps fans all over the world updated on the comings and goings of the biggest MMA promotion in the Middle East, comes back this week with several news, as Conor McGregor head coach John Kavanagh has been confirmed as a guest and coach for Brave 9: The Kingdom of Champions, on November 17th.

It will be the second Brave event attended by Kavanagh, who will be in the corner os SBG Ireland's Frans Mlambo and Daniele Scatizzi. They will face Michael Deiga-Scheck and Charlie Leary, respectively.

Bahrain's Hamza Kooheji had a Live Instagram interview on Brave's Official Profile, and his opponent Mohammad Farhad's fans commented that he would be knocked out by the India prospect. Kooheji's fans fought back, claiming their idol would submit Farhad, a statement endorsed by Hamza himself. The Pride of Bahrain claimed he didn't see the fight going the distance, and would look to finish Farhad early on in their bout.

Early bird tickets ate still available for Brave 9: The Kingdom of Champions. Fans interested in purchasing tickets for the biggest-ever MMA event in the Middle East should go to homepage to get discounts.

Featherweight title challenger sat down with MMA Brasil to talk about his fight against current champion Elias Boudegzdame and laid out bold plans for his short-term future with Brave. The Brazilian said he would go for the Lightweight belt after becoming world champion at 66 kg. in the co-main event of Brave 9: The Kingdom of Champions.

Finally, Frans Mlambo has been keen to prove his doubters wrong in his next Brave outing. Set for a scrap against German-Brazilian Michael Deiga-Scheck, Mlambo said, in an interview with Severe MMA, that he wants to show some of the new tricks he acquired in his time away from MMA.