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Dominick Cruz: "Ring rust isn't real"

>> Saturday, December 26, 2015






Many fans questioned rather the former champ would come back after a three year long lay, and two ACL surgeries. The viewers continued to say that ring rust was going to be a factor despite what Dominick Cruz said. He made his walk to the cage, the fight commenced, and 61 seconds later he held both hands up as his then #5 opponent lied there out of his senses. Dominick Cruz had earned a vicious technical knockout of Takeya Mizugaki in an absolutely one sided performance in which Dominick Cruz only took three strikes. Ring rust was not a fator. Not long after the king returned to his kingdom, and was ready to take the thrown back he was injured once more. This time it was on the knee that he made it through the lay off uninjured. By the time he steps back into the cage to take on the current Bantamweight kingpin TJ Dillashaw on January 17 it will have been roughly 2 months short of a year and a half away from the cage. Once again those on the outside of the cage are wondering if ring rust will be a factor in thie fight, and in a recent interview Dominick Cruz gave his opinion on fighters in general and ring rust
[Link to the Cruz vs Mizugaki]

"Ring rust isn't real in my opinion. It's just not being ready for the fight, and then these guys lose the fight and they say 'I didn't fight a long time so I'm rusty. Wong, you didn't prepare for the fight because you didn't fight for a long time."

Will he be ready for the champ TJ Dillashaw? With both knees having suffered injuries at this point I would say that would be a bigger issue than any time off would be to Cruz.

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Video: Dominick Cruz Training For Champion TJ Dillashaw

>> Thursday, December 24, 2015

  The former Bantamweight king of the UFC will make his return to the Octagon to challenge TJ Dillashaw for the UFC Bantamweight title on January 17, 2016 on FOX! Here is some recent footage of Dominick Cruz preparing to take back the belt that was stripped from him due to inactivity caused by an ACL injury,


 Dominick Cruz and TJ Dillashaw share a somewhat similar style in the fact that they keep up a frenetic pace, use a lot of head movement, a lot of footwork, switch stances, and both have wrestling backgrounds. That is where the similarities stop though. The way that both go about doing all of those are completely different however. The way that they throw strikes, move their hands, foot work patterns, stances, evade strikes, set up takedowns etc are all completely different if you take the time to pay attention. This is an interesting match up. This a fight more for fans of the technical aspect of fighting because this will very likely be a chess match.

  People question Dominick Cruz this fight because of the lay off. His last fight was in September 2014. Before his last fight he hadn't fought in three years, and fans were concerned when he was given the task of a top Bantamweight in Mizugaki who the former champion finished in 61 seconds by KO. He looked sharp for a guy who was off three years, but he puts in a lot more work than most other fighters coming off a lay off. At the same time Dominick Cruz is fighting a much higher caliber of an opponent in current two time defending UFC Bantamweight Champion TJ Dillashaw, and Cruz has never fought anybody with Dillashaw's style either. Great match up.

If you're interested in learning a bit here is an excellent breakdown by BJJ Scout on the striking of Dominick Cruz

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The Reem's Options


  The Reem last night earned a vicious TKO victory over his long time nemesis in the division Junior Dos Santos. There was debate for years about who was the best striker in the heavyweight division, and Overeem put an end to that argument with a big left hand that sent the Brazilian giant to the canvas. This fight also happened to be the last fight on Overeem's UFC contract. The Demolition Man now wants to test his free agency, and the Reebok deal likely plays a big part in him making the decision not to re-sign. What are the best options available for the former K1 Grand Prix, DREAM FC Heavyweight, and Strikeforce Heavyweight Champion?

  Alistair Overeem will likely be given another offer from the UFC. What would the offer likely include though? For the fight with Dos Santos this past weekend he received $542,857 for his fight,
and that is including the $200,000 win bonus. Now that he is on a three fight win streak that includes two stoppages and a very dominant decision, defeated long time rival Dos Santos who was ranked #2 at heavyweight the Reem now has things in his favor to negotiate for more money. There is one more thing that he can negotiate as well though, and that is the title shot! The rematch between Heavyweight Champion Fabricio Werdum and Cain Velasquez is set to go down on superbowl weekend, and in a recent interview Alistair stated he will begin training camp in January. So he is preparing for something big. He is 1-1 with champion Werdum. He lost to Werdum by submission back in their much younger days in PRIDE, and then Overeem won a decision in a somewhat lackluster fight back in the Strikeforce Heavyweight Grand Prix. Overeem is a good match up for both fighters. Overeem has everything in his favor when it comes to re-negotiating with the UFC.

  Another interesting option is Bellator. Scott Coker is the president of the promotion, and he has a
good relationship with Overeem. On top of that Viacom who is the parent company of Bellator has an abundance of cash can throw a lot of money his way. Another big factor in the move to Bellator would be that Alistair would be allowed to represent his sponsors and his very own merchandise inside of the cage which would mean even more money for him. Tito Ortiz brought home $300,000 after his last fight in Bellator, and this is not with a bonus either. Imagine what Overeem could get. Bellator is also on Spike TV which is free, and their ratings seem to only be going up! With the way things are going for Bellator it would be a good move financially, but in a competition sense he would not have great opposition. He could easily get a shot at the undefeated heavyweight champion Vitaly Minakov, and then there are others out there such as fellow UFC veteran Cheick Kongo. Then there are the odd match ups that draw in a lot of viewers like a fight with Kimbo Slice or Ken Shamrock, but in my personal opinion they would both get Reemed by the Reem in round 1. Nonetheless he would be a huge player in the promotion, but if he wants a legacy which he already has would he want to end it with the Bellator belt or the ultimate achievement that is the UFC Heavyweight belt?

  These next two points could go along with the Bellator in a way, but not necessarily. These other
two options are new Japanese promotion Rizin Fighting Federation, and GLORY Kickboxing. Both have a relationship with Bellator. Bellator is willing to allow it's fighters to compete in the new Japanese promotion, and Rizin has Fedor signed to their roster. Many including the Demolition Man himself believe that Fedor ducked him back in Strikeforce, and now would be the perfect time to do the fight finally. A bit too late, but at least it would finally be here. Plus Overeem is a very popular figure in Japan among combat sports fans. Who knows how much they would offer him though. They offered Fedor a great deal, but they needed a way to make sure he doesn't change his mind about retirement or goes to the UFC. The second option would be GLORY one of the world's top kickboxing promotions. Alistair does not appear to be a big fan of GLORY though, The option is always there however, and Bellator does allow some of their athletes to compete there. Alistair does have a passion for striking, and he was the K1 Heavyweight Grand Prix Champion in 2010.

  Ultimately Overeem has the power in all of the negotiations. There is a question though. Does he want to fight in other promotions and possibly make more money and have more freedom, or does he still want to make a solid profit, fight the best guys at heavyweight in the world, and win the highest achievement in the sport? What is your take?
 


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Conor McGregor: "I will be a dual weight champion"

>> Sunday, December 13, 2015

  Conor McGregor silenced most of his doubters in what was probably the biggest fight that the UFC has ever put on. In this belt he unified the belts with long reigning champion Jose Aldo. McGregor met with his adversary quickly in the center of the octagon. Aldo would make an attempt to pressure the Irishman, and burst forward. Aldo would throw a right hand that he would not follow through with, and left the right hand near his waist rather than bringing it back to protect his face. Immediately after that Aldo telegraphed a left hook that would land on the face of Conor McGregor, but the new champ noticed the telegraph and simultaneously landed a left hand on the face of Aldo that finished the pride of Nova Uniao. All it took was 13 seconds thus making it the quickest title fight finish to date in the UFC. Aldo made a few technical errors against a talented counter puncher and southpaw who has dynamite in his left hand. Aldo paid the price!

  Shortly after fans immediately began to speculate on what the newly crowned king's next conquest would be. Would it be an immediate rematch with Jose Aldo, a title defense against former lightweight champion and now #1 featherweight contender Frankie Edgar, or would it be to capture a second belt immediately against the winner of Rafael Dos Anjos vs Donald Cerrone the following weekend. According to what we were told at the press conference Dana White said that the Irishman would either stay at Featherweight and defend the belt against Edgar, or he would vacate the belt and begin his conquest of the lightweight division. Conor disagreed on the idea of vacating that belt. He wants both belts.

"I understand why, previously, other fighters wouldn't do it. But look how many fights I've had in the last year. I stay busy. I stay fresh. So when I go to lightweight and take that lightweight belt, I will stay the featherweight champion also. I will be a dual weight champion. There's no going up and vacating. The belt will still be active because I am active."

  Is Conor McGregor ready for the UFC lightweight division which is arguably the most talent stacked division? Plenty of interesting match ups there against the likes of Rafael Dos Anjos, Donald Cerrone, Anthony Pettis, Tony Ferguson, and the last man to defeat him Joe Duffy. I personally believe that Frankie Edgar is a bigger threat to him than any of the top lightweights based on a puely stylistic point of view. Who do you believe should be next on his hit list?

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EFC 46 Results


  Africa's largest promotion put on another spectacular event, and it was full of some great finishes as well. The fights went the distance were even great. The younger and less experience and welterweight champion successfully defended his title in what was a very competitive war that lead to a split decision in his favor! This is actually the first time that an EFC Welterweight Champion was able to successfully defend their belt, and thus the welterweight curse has been broken but it was a close one. Chris Bright returned to the cage and improved his record to a perfect 6-0, and at 42 years old and 5 years away from the cage that is an incredible feat. Great show overall by the African promotion, and hopefully their first card of 2016 will be announced in the near future!

EFC Welterweight Championship
David Buirski(8-2) vs. Van Staden(22-9)
- David Buirski Victory
- Split Decision

The champ!

Lightweight Bout
Adam Speechly(14-6) vs. Chris Bright(6-0)
- Chris Bright Victory
- Unanimous Decision

Chris Bright in control from the back
Welterweight Bout
Henry Fadipe(8-8-1) vs. Dricus du Plessis(7-1)
- Dricus du Plessis Victory
- Round 2
- Submission(Rear Naked Choke)

Bantamweight Bout
Abdul Hassasn(7-5-1) vs. Oumpie Sebeko(4-3)
- Abdul Hassan Victory
- Unanimous Decision

Bantamweight Bout
Cedric Doyle(8-3) vs. Gareth Buirski(5-4)
- Cedric Doyle Victory
- Unanimous Decision

Middleweight Bout
Gordon Roodman(2-2-1) vs. Keron Davies(2-2)
- Gordon Roodman Victory
- Round 1
- KO

Heavyweight Bout
Elvis Moyo(4-3) vs. Vandam Mbuyi(3-2)
- Elvis Moyo Victory
- Round 2
- KO

Featherweight Bout
Pierre Botha(5-4) vs. Barend Nienaber(4-2)
- Barend Nienaber Victory
- Round 1
- Submission(Rear Naked Choke)

Flyweight Bout
Jasen Van Der Merwe(1-2) vs. Marino Cutendana(5-2)
- Marino Cutendana Victory
- Round 1
- TKO

Light Heavyweight Bout
Chad Honekom(1-0) vs. Jean-Marie Kabeya(0-1)
- Chris Honekom Victory
- Round 1
- Submission(Arm Triangle)

Middleweight Bout
Patrick Luindula(1-0) vs. Didier Nyembwe(0-3)
- Patrick Luindula Victory
- Round 1
- Submission(Guillotine Choke)

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UFC 194: Aldo vs. McGregor Results













  We witnessed history tonight! Aldo tasted defeat for the first time in 10 years, and for the first time under the Zuffa banner. McGregor The man who defeat Anderson Silva twice Chris Weidman's undefeated streak came to a halt when the Former Strikeforce Middleweight Champion Luke Rockhold took the belt from in what was a one sided fight. Yoel Romero earned himself in a very even match that some saw as a draw, and others thought it went one way or the other.

  The undercard was great as well. Faber has very likely set himself up for a title match that with the winner of TJ Dillashaw vs. Dominick Cruz after going to war against Saenz. Either match is a grudge match, Dillashaw left the Team Alpha Male camp that is lead by Faber, and the California Kid banned him from ever coming back and now the two are open to fighting each other now that they
have some bad blood. Faber is 1-1 against Cruz, and the two hate one another. Cruz has beaten other members of Faber's Team Alpha Male as well. The blood is boiling between all three. In my personal opinion Cruz would outclass Faber in a rubber match, and Dillashaw would light Faber up on the feet for three or four rounds before finishing him. Faber has slowed down, and has not been nearly as dominant in recent fights. Each recent contest being a close one against opponents that he was expected to dominate. Excluding the Edgar fight which fans were excited for, but Edgar made it look like easy work. Frankie Edgar vs. Chad Mendes

  The question is will Frankie Edgar get the title shot next or will Jose Aldo get an immediate rematch as most champs seem to receive nowadays? Aldo could very likely receive one because well let's admit it that fight can still be marketed, but if you have ethics Edgar should not be denied a title shot.
I've always wondered how McGregor vs Edgar would turn out because of the way that they match up. How can Edgar handle the power, striking, and the movement of the Irishman? McGregor has never fought anyone before who moves very well, has nearly unlimited cardio, excels in creating good angles, forces the opponent to turn where he wants, has the defense, and Edgar is a better grappler than Mendes who gave the champ trouble on the mat. I'm more interested in how things play out on the feet because if goes to the ground I believe it is extremely clear who that will favor. I don't believe Edgar could knockout the champ however. Both men have solid chins. If Aldo does get the immediate rematch I believe that Edgar should take on young Max Holloway just so that both can stay active.

  In the co-main event we saw Rockhold go on to dominate Chris Weidman. He left Weidman's faced
bloody, cut, and swollen. Weidman appeared to be much lighter on his feet than he usually is, but by the second round he became extremely flat footed. Rockhold made good use of his speed and kicks in his striking. On the mat Rockhold was the clear winner as well especially during the last minute of the third round when he had the All American mounted and was landing bombs from above for the entire minute, and many felt it should have been stopped at that point. Rockhold would go on to win the belt with ground n pound to a stoppage early in the fourth. There is a 90% chance that Romero gets the title shot after this. The way I see Rockhold vs. Romero is a clear win for Rockhold. Romero would have to deal with the newly crowned Middleweight champion's speed, three inch reach advantage, four inch height advantage, pace, and much better cardio. Romero struggled to keep up with what was not a very fast pace exactly, but a big muscular guy cannot move as much as he did and not get tired. Romero has huge power and explosiveness which is always a threat no matter the opponent. Interesting to see how that goes.

Great event overall. I was pleased with almost every fighter's performance tonight! See you guys next weekend when Donald Cerrone will attempt to avenge his last loss while simultaneously working to take the belt from Rafael Dos Anjos. In the co-main event for that fight the grudge between Junior Dos Santos and Alistair Overeem will be settled, and fans will finally be hushed in their debates about who is the best striker in the UFC's heavyweight division.


MAIN EVENT: UFC Featherweight Championship(Unification)
Jose Aldo(25-2) vs. Conor McGregor(19-2)
- Conor McGregor Victory
- Round 1
- KO

CO-MAIN EVENT: UFC Middleweight Championship
Chris Weidman(13-1) vs. Luke Rockhold(15-2)
- Luke Rockhold Victory
- Round 4
- TKO

Middleweight Bout
Ronaldo Souza(22-4-1NC) vs. Yoel Romero(11-1)
- Yoel Romero Victory
- Split Decision

Welterweight Bout
Demian Maia(22-6) vs. Gunnar Nelson(14-3)
- Demian Maia Victory
- Unanimous Decision

Featherweight Bout
Max Holloway(15-3) vs. Jeremy Stephens(22-12)
- Max Holloway Victory
- Unanimous Decision

PRELIMS
Bantamweight Bout
Urijah Faber(33-8) vs. Frankie Saenz(11-3)
- Urijah Faber Victory
- Unanimous Decision

Women's Strawweight Bout
Tecia Torres(7-0) vs. Jocely Jones-Lynbarger
- Tecia Torres Victory
- Unanimous Decision

Welterweight Bout
Warlley Alves(10-0) vs. Colby Covinngton(8-1)
- Warlley Alves Victory
- Round 1
- Submission(Guillotine Choke)

Lightweight Bout
Leanardo Santos(15-3-1) vs. Kevin Lee(11-2)
- Leanardo Santos Victory
- Round 1
- TKO

MY PICKS
Fight of the Night: Urijah Faber vs. Frankie Saenz
Knockout of the Night: Conor McGregor over Jose Aldo
Submission of the Night: No Submissions Occurred In Tonight's Event
Best Performance of the Night: Conor McGregor over Jose Aldo
MY Overall Event Rating: 8.5/10

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TUF Finale: Edgar vs Mendes Results

>> Saturday, December 12, 2015


 Great night of action! Frankie Edgar shut down any argument that could deny him of a title shot, and we will find out who he will challenge for the belt once long reigning Featherweight champion Jose Aldo collides with the Irish Featherweight contender Conor McGregor! Here's the results for you dedicated fans!

Featherweight Bout
Frankie Edgar(20-4-1) vs. Chad Mendes(17-4)
- Frankie Edgar Victory
- Round 1
- KO

Lightweight Bout(Ultimate Fighter Final)
Artem Lobov(11-11-1) vs. Ryan Hall(5-1)
- Ryan Hall Victory
- Unanimous Decision
Team Faber is the winner!

Lightweight Bout
Edson Barboza(16-4) vs. Tony Ferguson(20-3)
- Tony Ferguson Victory
- Round 2
- Submission(Darce Choke)

Lightweight Bout
Joe Lauzon(25-11) vs. Evan Dunham(17-6)
- Evan Dunham Victory
- Unanimous Decision

Featherweight Bout
Tatsuya Kawajiri(35-8-2) vs. Jason Knight(16-2)
- Tatsuya Kawajiri Victory
- Unanimous Decision


MY PICKS
Fight of the Night: Tony Ferguson vs. Edson Barboza
Knockout of the Night: Frankie Edgar over Chad Mendes
Submission of the Night: Tony Ferguson over Edson Barboza
Best Performance of the Night: 
MY Overall Event Rating: /10

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UFC 194: Aldo vs McGregor Admin Picks









  Here is the MMA Repz staff predictions. Not all of us gave answers, but this will help you see where we are at.

UFC Featherweight Championship(Unification)
Jose Aldo(25-1) vs. Conor McGregor(18-2)
Austin: Jose Aldo via Decision
Quoc: Conor McGregor via TKO
Marco: Jose Aldo via KO
Nicholas: Jose Aldo via TKO
Vince: Conor McGregor via KO

UFC Middleweight Championship
Chris Weidman(13-0) vs. Luke Rockhold(14-2)
Austin: Luke Rockhold via TKO
Quoc: Luke Rockhold via TKO
Marco: Luke Rockhold via TKO
Nicholas: Chris Weidman via Decision

Middleweight Bout
Ronaldo Souza(22-3-1NC) vs. Yoel Romero(10-1)
Austin: Ronaldo Souza via Decision
Quoc: Ronaldo Souza via Decision
Marco: Ronaldo Souza via TKO
Nicholas: Ronaldo Souza via Decision

Welterweight Bout
Demian Maia(21-6) vs. Gunnar Nelson(14-1)
Austin: Demian Maia via Decision
Quoc: Gunnar Nelson via Decision
Marco: Demian Maia via Decision
Nicholas: Demian Maia via Decision

Featherweight Bout
Max Holloway(14-3) vs. Jeremy Stephens(22-11)
Austin: Max Holloway TKO
Quoc: Max Holloway via TKO
Marco: Max Holloway via Decision
Nicholas: Max Holloway via Submission

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Cris Cyborg: Ronda Rousey Can't Take A Punch

>> Thursday, November 19, 2015



  Cristiane Justino although more commonly known by her nickname "Cyborg" is the long time rival of now ex-UFC Women's Bantamweight Champion Ronda Rousey has not held her tongue when it comes to Rousey who she considers a bully for the things that Ronda has said about her. After the MMA world's jaw dropped as they saw Ronda Rousey's entire body drop from a head kick from Holly Holm the long time rival of MMA icon Ronda Rousey did not take long to respond,


"I knew the way. I already knew Ronda could not take a punch. I said it before that she had never been really punched in the face before. If you watch her sparring sessions, only Ronda would hit, nobody would hit her back and we know what the sport is like. She had never taken an opponent who knew how to strike and had knockout power.  Most girls she faced were flyweights who moved up, but not Holly Holm. She is my size and that mattered.


"I believe that's why Ronda said she would only fight me if I dropped to bantamweight, because she's aware of my physical strength, my size, and she knows that would be a problem for her. Holly Holm is as tall as me, it's the same, there was no need for someone from a heavier weight class. She came from the same weight class and showed Ronda reality."

  Cyborg is the current Invicta Featherweight Champion and the former Strikeforce Women's Bantamweight Champion. Invicta is credible, and Strikeforce was credible when it was around. Cyborg ended the career of former female MMA icon Gina Carano. The face of Brazilian Women's MMA has obliterated all who have stepped into the cage with her. She assassinated the last two victims brave enough to sign a contract to fight her in less than a minute each. On top of that she has gone 2-1 in kickboxing with her only loss coming against Jorina Bars(37-0) in what actually was a competitive contest against the greater experienced woman. Cyborg's record in grappling contests is not bad as well. The only thing left for her is to compete in the UFC, but the issue of making weight is all that is left because the UFC does not currently have a women's Featherweight division which is where Cyborg
reigns. The Brazilian is scheduled to fight at a catchweight of 140 pounds soon, and after that fight she aims to take the women's Bantamweight division by storm!

  There is a heated debate about rather Rousey was ducking Cyborg or not by asking for her to come down to 135 instead of the two champions meeting in the middle at a catchweight of 140 pounds, but ever since Rousey received her first L that flame has cooled down. Rousey wanted to defend her belt against Cyborg meanwhile Cyborg just wanted the fight and wasn't chasing for Rowdy's belt. According to Dana White queen of the featherweight division was next on the list if Holm was defeated, but those plans were ruined by an excellent display of footwork and angles that lead to a stunning knockout by Holly Holm. Cyborg references this actually,

"I believe fans still want to watch this fight, but plans have changed. In fact, Ronda avoided this fight because she wanted to be unbeatable, she wanted to remain undefeated. We will see what happens next and how she handles the loss. It a surprise not only for her, but for everyone who was there. My life did not change, though. I will keep on training. Of course I want to fight. After Holly Holm, it was supposed to be me and her, as Dana White said. I don't know what will happen now, but I sure am ready and I will be ready the day this fights comes along. I think it was fight that should have happened already."

  Will this be like Mayweather vs Pacquiao where the fight happens too late? Is this fight inevitable considering the amount of top talent in the women's Featherweight and Bantamweight divisions?

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EFC 46 Fight Card: South Africa Ends 2015 With A Bang!

>> Wednesday, November 18, 2015


  Africa's largest promotion the Extreme Fighting Championship(EFC) is aiming to deliver another exciting show on December 12 in Carnival City casino in Brakpan, South Africa. The welterweight belt is on the line with Buirski defending it against an experienced veteran for an opponent, Staden who has roughly three times the amount of experience as the champ. All of the champ's wins come in the first round and that makes him an exciting prospect to keep your eye on! The man that Buirski dethroned, Adam Speechly is looking to blaze a trail back to the title in the co main event against undefeated Chris Bright who is no slouch! The lower part of the card will showcase some of the developing and less experienced talent of Africa which is a very important thing so let's support those fighters as well!
  The timing of the event does not conflict with the timing of the big UFC 194: Aldo vs McGregor Pay Per View. So you can get a full day of MMA to satisfy your MMA fix by tuning in to this event before the PPV begins. The entire event can be watched on their official website.

EFC Welterweight Championship
David Buirski(7-2) vs. Van Staden(22-8)

Lightweight Bout
Adam Speechly(14-5) vs. Chris Bright(5-0)

Welterweight Bout
Henry Fadipe(8-7-1) vs. Dricus du Plessis(6-1)

Women's Flyweight Bout
Jacquiline Trosee(1-0) vs. Amanda Lino(1-1)

Bantamweight Bout
Abdul Hassasn(6-5-1) vs. Oumpie Sebeko(4-2)

Bantamweight Bout
Cedric Doyle(7-3) vs. Gareth Buirski(5-3)

Middleweight Bout
Gordon Roodman(1-2-1) vs. Keron Davies(2-1)

Heavyweight Bout
Elvis Moyo(4-3) vs. Vandam Mbuyi(3-2)-

Featherweight Bout
Pierre Botha(5-3) vs. Barend Nienaber(3-2)

Flyweight Bout
Jasen Van Der Merwe(1-1) vs. Marino Cutendana(4-2)

Light Heavyweight Bout
Chad Honekom(0-0) vs. Jean-Marie Kabeya(0-0)

Middleweight Bout
Patrick Luindula(0-0) vs. Didier Nyembwe(0-2)

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