Brave Combat Federation has prided itself on being “the most global organization” in MMA, and the Bahraini promotion is set to break new ground before the end of 2023.

Promotion officials have confirmed that Brave CF 75 will take place on the island of Tenerife, Spain, on November 18, with the Canary Islands location set to play host to a fight card in association with Spanish MMA promotion Fight2One.

The event will see Spain become the 30th different nation, and the 13th in Europe, to host a Brave CF event.

The promotion has also confirmed the organization will return to Brazil, where the city of Fortaleza will host Brave CF 78 on December 7. In line with many of their other international shows, Brave will partner with a local promotion to showcase local talent on the undercard, with Brazilian organization Victorious Fighting Entertainment set to provide a host of local fighters for the event.

The organization has had a long relationship with Brazilian MMA, with Brave CF 3 taking place in Curitiba back in March 2017, and a host of Brazilian fighters have become stars under the Brave CF banner. Klidson Abreu became Brave CF’s first-ever Brazilian champion at Brave CF 8 on the promotion’s return to Curitiba later that same year, and the likes of Lucas Minheiro, Luan Santiago, Cleiton Silva and Daniel Gaucho all followed suit to become Brazilian Brave CF champions. The organization later returned to Brazil for a pair of events in Belo Horizonte.

Finally the Brave CF cage will head back to its spiritual home of Bahrain, as the Kingdom plays host to an end-of-year spectacular on December 15 as the showpiece event of 2023 Brave International Combat Week.