EFC heavyweight champ Vanderaa requests alternative payment method after title fight victory

Johannesburg, South Africa – USA’s Jared Vanderaa has been making headlines since his debut against Andrew van Zyl at EFC 66. And once again he is in the lime light, having successfully defended his EFC heavyweight title this past Saturday against Ricky Misholas.


Just before leaving to go back home to Temecula, California, Vanderaa sent a first of a kind request to EFC, “Don’t pay me in cash, pay into my EasyEquities account please.”


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“Not sure if paying an athlete directly into their EasyEquities account is possible, we will check, but we fully understand the reasons why Jared would prefer receiving payment like this.” Stated EFC President, Cairo Howarth. “EasyEquities have been offering our supporters fantastic investment opportunities for some time now.” He concluded.


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