South Africa takes on the world at Carnival City in Johannesburg.
The EFC lightweight champion Leon `Iron Lion` Mynhardt, representing South Africa, is set to defend his belt against America`s Dave `The Pain Train` Mazany. After defeating the inaugural EFC champion and remaining undefeated in the Hexagon, the Alaskan is but one step away from claiming what he believes is rightfully his, but Pretoria`s favourite son will do everything in his power to keep gold on African shores.
Angola’s Marino Cutendana looks to further his title challenger status when takes-on South Africa’s Baldwin Mdlalose in an official number one contender bout. Cutendana is on the hunt to become the second Angolan EFC champion.
The former featherweight champion, Scotland`s Danny Henry takes on South Africa`s Barend Nienaber in a bid towards divisional supremacy. Both men are in search of a return to the top and in search of a potential rematch with the champ.
South Africa’s Gareth Buirski is set to face Brazil’s fierce BJJ blackbelt, Magno Alves and South Africa’s ever popular Tumisang Madiba goes head-to-head with DRC’s Anicet Kanyeba in the opening bout on the main card.
All this and so much more at the colossal EFC 51 event.
More details and full fight card available at efcworldwide.com
EFC 51: Mynhardt vs Mazany, presented by SUPABETS, takes place on Friday 15 July at Carnival City, Johannesburg. Tickets available at www.computicket.com, all the main card bouts will be broadcast live onwww.kwesesports.com starting 20:00 (CAT) and delayed live on e.tv after the 20:30 (CAT) movie.