Cape Town, South Africa – The last time fans saw Hanru ‘Bully’ Botha in action, he was on the losing end of his fight with now former champion Danny Henry. Botha has since changed everything around him and his environment in search of becoming an even better elite athlete and competitor ahead of his EFC 48 main card fight against Cape Town favourite Sibusiso ‘The Monster’ Mdoko.

Botha has since quit his job in order to train full time, and with his move up to lightweight is looking more menacing than ever before. The wrestling champion is sure to bring an action packed fight to the Cape Town fans on 22 April.

“After my last fight, I left my job and started training full time.This is for the first time my professional career. I have never been so strong, fast and ready to participate as I am now. Come 22 April, I will make a new beginning and show the fans what total domination means.”

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EFC 48: Groenewald vs. van Heerden, Sayed vs. Doyle is presented by, takes place Saturday 23 April 2016 at GrandWest, Cape Town. Tickets available soon at