Predictions ahead of this Saturday’s EFC 68

Johannesburg, South Africa – The debate on who will win a fight is generally heated and the fight card at EFC 68 sees no exception, but one man may have better insight on the main event than any others… the former champion, Don Madge weighs-in.

Teammate to contender, Martin van Staden, and formerly scheduled to face Gavin Hughes, Madge has released his winning predictions: Van Staden, Dave Mazany, Roedie Roets, Cal Ellenor & Gary Joshua were listed in his winning column.

Two division champion Dricus du Plessis also put his predictions up on twitter. Listing his former opponent van Staden as the one to who will emerge the victor on Saturday. He also stated that he sees Mazany, Muyambo, Jacobs and Joshua would walk away with the wins.

EFC bantamweight contender Kevin Pheko has it as the Englishman to win on Saturday night. Meanwhile Mazany, Muyambo, Jacobs and Joshua to win their respective bouts.

Opening odds (subject to change) have opened on

Van Staden vs Hughes – Hughes the favourite at 19/20 vs 17/20.
Mazany vs Bright – Mazany the favourite at 6/10 vs 12/10.
Muyambo vs Roets – Roets the favourite at 5/2 vs 1/4.
Jacobs vs Ellenor – Ellenor the favourite 14/10 vs 11/20.
Joshua vs de Beer – Joshua at 4/10 vs 16/10.
Michael vs Cundari – Michael the favourite at 5/10 vs 15/10.
Biko vs Richards – Biko the favourite at 8/10 vs 1/1.
Mukulu vs Madsen – Madsen the favourite at 3/10vs 1/5.
Ridley vs Kayambala – Ridley the favourite at 4/10 vs 16/10.
Bezuidenhout vs Djikasa – Djikasa the favourite 11/10 vs 7/10.
Kerspuy vs Kamish – Kerspuy the favourite at 6/10 vs 12/10.
Ambamba vs Smith – Ambamba the favourite at 6/10 vs 12/10.

Place your bets now. If fans place an accumulator of R150 using Madge’s main card predictions, they could stand a chance of winning over R1000.

EFC 68 Van Staden vs Hughes, Mazany vs Bright is presented by and takes place on Saturday 31 March live from GrandWest, Cape Town. Tickets are on sale at, and the 5 main card bouts will be broadcast live on (Sub-Saharan Africa), Kwesé Play (South Africa) and live in South Africa on SABC 3 starting at 21:30 (CAT). Full broadcast details available on