‘Brave 20: India’ results: Sidney Wheeler vs Khamzat Chimaev, Anas Siraj Mounir vs John Brewin

'Brave 20: India' fight card

  • Promotion: Brave Combat Federation (Brave CF)
  • Title: “Brave 20: India”
  • Venue: Gachibowli Indoor Stadium, Hyderabad, India
  • Date: December 22, 2018

PRELIMINARY CARD

1. Sarabjit Singh (India) vs Satya Behuria (India)

  • DIVISION: Flyweight
  • WINNER: SATYA BEHURIA
  • METHOD: Submission via Triangle Choke
  • TIME AND ROUND: Round 3
  • REFEREE:

2. Satendar Bankura (India) vs Oloan Silalahi (Indonesia)

  • DIVISION: Middleweight
  • WINNER: OLOAN SILALAHI
  • METHOD: Knockout
  • TIME AND ROUND: Round 1
  • REFEREE:

3. Nidhin Koshy (India) vs Farhad Hazratzada (Afghanistan)

  • DIVISION: Lightweight
  • WINNER: FARHAD HAZRATZADA
  • METHOD: Technical Knockout
  • TIME AND ROUND: Round 2
  • REFEREE:

4. Kushal Vyas (India) vs Angad Bisht (India)

  • DIVISION: Bantamweight
  • WINNER: ANGAD BISHT
  • METHOD: Technical Knockout
  • TIME AND ROUND: Round 1
  • REFEREE:

5. Rob Beech (England) vs Mandeep Singh (India)

  • DIVISION: Heavyweight
  • WINNER: ROB BEECH 
  • METHOD: Verbal Submission
  • TIME AND ROUND: Round 1
  • REFEREE: Marc Goddard

MAIN CARD

  1. Nelson Paes (India) vs Ali Al Qaisi (Jordan)
  • DIVISION: Featherweight
  • WINNER: ALI AL QAISI
  • METHOD: Submission via Arm Bar and Triangle Choke
  • TIME AND ROUND: Round 1
  • REFEREE:
  1. Micol di Segni (Italy) vs Maria Ribeiro (Brazil)
  • DIVISION: Strawweight
  • WINNER: MARIA RIBEIRO
  • METHOD: Technical Knockout via Strikes
  • TIME AND ROUND: Round 1
  • REFEREE: Marc Goddard
  1. Kantharaj Shankar Agasa (India) vs Jalal Al Daaja (Jordan)
  • DIVISION: Bantamweight
  • WINNER: JALAL AL DAAJA
  • METHOD: Knockout
  • TIME AND ROUND: Round 2
  • REFEREE: Marc Goddard

 Co-Main Event

  1. Anas Siraj Mounir (Morocco) vs John Brewin (New Zealand)
  • DIVISION: Lightweight
  • WINNER: ANAS SIRAJ MOUNIR 
  • METHOD: Unanimous Decision
  • ROUNDS: 3
  • REFEREE:

 Main Event

  1. Sidney “The All-American Kid” Wheeler (United States) vs Khamzat “Borz” Chimaev (Sweden)
  • DIVISION: Middleweight
  • WINNER: KHAMZAT CHIMAEV
  • METHOD: Submission via Strikes
  • TIME AND ROUND: Round 1
  • REFEREE: Marc Goddard

India vs Jordan: Nelson Paes, Ali al-Qaisi fight at ‘Brave 20: Hyderabad’

Ali al-Qaisi, Nelson Paes
Ali al-Qaisi, Nelson Paes

India and Jordan were among the 10 countries represented at “Brave 20: Hyderabad” at the Gachibowli Indoor Stadium in Hyderabad, India on December 22, 2018. It was the second event of Bahrain-based mixed martial arts promotion Brave Combat Federation to take place in India.

“Brave 20: India” featured nine MMA matches. The sixth bout of the evening was a battle between Nelson Paes of Goa, Konkan, India and Ali “The Royal Fighter” al-Qaisi, 28, of Amman, Jordan.

Al-Qaisi was originally set to face Abdul “The Cutman” Muneer, 33, of Kozhikode, Kerala, India at “Brave 20: Hyderabad.” The latter was pulled out from the card due to a shoulder injury and was replaced by Paes.

Blue Corner

Paes is the head trainer at Strikers MMA Club, a gym in Calangute, Goa that he co-founded. He has been competing professionally since 2013.

“Brave 20: India” marked Paes’s second Brave CF bout. His promotional debut, which was against Rolando “The Incredible” Dy, 27, of the Philippines at “Brave 5: Go for Glory” on April 23, 2017, ended in a No Contest due to accidental head clash.

Red Corner

Al-Qaisi studied Accounting and Finance at Jami’at Al-Ulum Al-Tatbiqiya in Shafa Badran, Amman, Jordan from 2009 to 2012. As an MMA fighter, he has been competing professionally since 2015.

A wushu stylist, Al-Qaisi is training out of Phuket Top Team Muay Thai and MMA Training Camp in Phuket, Thailand. He made his Brave CF debut at “Brave 20: India,” which marked his ninth professional MMA bout.

Fight Result

Paes and al-Qaisi competed in the featherweight division at “Brave 20: Hyderabad.” The referee put a stop to the contest in the first round when the Jordanian fighter submitted his Indian opponent via arm bar and triangle choke.

Winning at “Brave 20: Hyderabad” improved al-Qaisi’s professional MMA record to 6 wins and 3 losses. On the other hand, Paes now has 4 wins, 5 losses and 1 No Contest.

“Brave 20: India” Main Events 

In the co-main event of the evening, John Brewin, 24, of Auckland, New Zealand faced Anas Siraj “The Moroccan Sensation” Mounir, 32, of Morocco in the lightweight division. After three five-minute rounds, the Moroccan fighter won via unanimous decision.

In the main event, Khamzat “Borz” Chimaev of Sweden and Sidney “The All-American Kid” Wheeler, 22, of Dalton, Georgia competed in the middleweight division. The Swedish fighter knocked out his American opponent in the first round.

Afghanistan, Brazil, England, Indonesia, Italy, Morocco, New Zealand, Sweden and the United States were also represented at “Brave 20: Hyderabad.” Check the complete fight card on Conan Daily.

India vs Indonesia: Satendar Bankura, Oloan Silalahi fight at ‘Brave 20: Hyderabad’

Oloan Silalahi, Satendar Bankura
Oloan Silalahi, Satendar Bankura

India and Indonesia were among the 11 countries that will be represented at “Brave 20: Hyderabad” at the Gachibowli Indoor Stadium in Hyderabad, India on December 22, 2018. It was the second event of Bahrain-based mixed martial arts promotion Brave Combat Federation to take place in India.

“Brave 20: Hyderabad” featured nine MMA matches. The second bout of the evening was between two promotional debutantes Satendar Bankura, 33, of Delhi, India and Oloan Silalahi, 29, of Bali, Indonesia.

Blue Corner

Silalahi made his professional MMA debut at “Brave 20: Hyderabad.” He is training out of Bali MMA.

As a martial artist, Silalahi trained in wrestling, wushu and boxing. He previously participated in a national wresting training for the Southeast Asian Games.

Red Corner

Bankura has been competing professionally since 2012. “Brave 20: Hyderabad” marked his sixth professional MMA bout.

Before joining Brave CF, Bankura competed in five bouts in Super Fight League, winning three. He was coming out of a two-bout losing streak.

Fight Result

Silalahi and Bankura battled it out in the middleweight division at “Brave 20: India.” The referee put a stop to the contest in the first round when the Indonesian fighter knocked out his Indian opponent.

By winning at “Brave 20: Hyderabad,” Silalahi now holds a professional MMA record of 1 win and 0 loss. Meanwhile, Bankura has 3 wins and 3 losses.

“Brave 20: India” Main Events 

In the co-main event of the evening, John Brewin, 24, of Auckland, New Zealand faced Anas Siraj “The Moroccan Sensation” Mounir, 32, of Morocco in the lightweight division. After three five-minute rounds, the Moroccan fighter won via unanimous decision.

In the main event, Khamzat “Borz” Chimaev of Sweden and Sidney “The All-American Kid” Wheeler, 22, of Dalton, Georgia competed in the middleweight division. The Swedish fighter knocked out his American opponent in the first round.

Afghanistan, Brazil, England, Italy, Jordan, Morocco, New Zealand, Sweden and the United States were also represented at “Brave 20: Hyderabad.” Check the complete fight card on Conan Daily.

Sarabjit Singh vs Satya Behuria fight at ‘Brave 20: Hyderabad’

Satya Behuria, Sarabit Singh
Satya Behuria, Sarabit Singh

Including India, 11 countries were represented at “Brave 20: Hyderabad” at the Gachibowli Indoor Stadium in Hyderabad, India on December 22, 2018. It was the second event of Bahrain-based mixed martial arts promotion Brave Combat Federation to take place in India.

“Brave 20: Hyderabad” featured 10 MMA matches. The first bout of the evening was a battle between two promotional debutantes who are both fighting out of India namely Sarabjit Singh and Satya Behuria.

Blue Corner

It was on January 17, 2015 when Behuria made his MMA debut. He lost via unanimous decision to his countryman Ravi Jadav at “Yoddha Fighting Championship 3: Bangalore Tryouts.”

Behuria then faced two fellow Indian fighters at “Yoddha Fighting Championship” Season 1. After defeating Aditya Saha via unanimous decision on April 28, 2017, Behuria lost to Navdeep Agarwal also via unanimous decision on April 29, 2017.

Red Corner

Singh has been competing professionally since 2012. He was submitted by rear-naked choke by Rajesh “The Golden Boy” Sallan, 30, of England at “Super Fight League 5” on November 19, 2012.

After the unsuccessful professional MMA debut, Singh redeemed himself by defeating Atif Mohammed “Little Hawk” Khadim of Bahrain via unanimous decision at “Super Fight League 7” on November 2, 2012 and submitting Mohd Asgar of India via rear-naked choke at “SFL: Contenders 12” on July 12, 2013.

Fight Result

Singh and Behuria competed in the flyweight division at “Brave 20: Hyderabad.” The referee out a stop to the contest in the third round when the latter submitted the former via triangle choke.

By winning at “Brave 20: Hyderabad,” Behuria improved his professional MMA record to 1 win and 1 loss. On the other hand, Singh now has 2 wins and 2 losses.

“Brave 20: India” Main Events 

In the co-main event of the evening, John Brewin, 24, of Auckland, New Zealand faced Anas Siraj “The Moroccan Sensation” Mounir, 32, of Morocco in the lightweight division. After three five-minute rounds, the Moroccan fighter won via unanimous decision.

In the main event, Khamzat “Borz” Chimaev of Sweden and Sidney “The All-American Kid” Wheeler, 22, of Dalton, Georgia competed in the middleweight division. The Swedish fighter knocked out his American opponent in the first round.

Afghanistan, Brazil, England, Indonesia, Italy, Jordan, Morocco, New Zealand, Sweden and the United States were also represented at “Brave 20: Hyderabad.” Check the complete fight card on Conan Daily.