A NEW ERA FOR EFC

France and Scotland claim EFC gold. How many more belts will be leaving South African shores?

03 October 2015

A NEW ERA FOR EFC

Newly crowned champions France’s Cyril Asker (left) and Danny Henry (right)


Johannesburg, South Africa – At the epic past EFC 44 event, EFC entered a new era when Scotland’s Danny Henry and France’s Cyril ‘Silverback’ Asker claimed EFC gold in their respective divisions and caused upsets against the home town favourites. The question is, how many more belts will be leaving South African shores with so many new faces at the top of their respective divisions?

DIVISION LEADERS

HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION - Cyril Asker (France)
Poland’s Tomasz Kowalkowski

LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION - Norman Wessels (South Africa)
South Africa’s Gideon Drotschie

MIDDLEWEIGHT CHAMPION - Liam Cleland (South Africa)
'The Polish Tank' Rafal Haratyk

WELTERWEIGHT CHAMPION - David Buirski (South Africa)
South Africa’s Martin van Staden
South Africa’s Dricus du Plessis
The return of Ireland’s Henry Fadipe

LIGHTWEIGHT CHAMPION - Leon Mynhardt (South Africa)
USA’s Dave Mazany

FEATHERWEIGHT CHAMPION - Danny Henry (Scotland)
DRC’s Igeu Kabesa makes the drop to his natural weight division

BANTAMWEIGHT CHAMPION - Demarte Pena (Angola)
Singapore based Irshaad Sayed

FLYWEIGHT CHAMPION - Nkazimulu Zulu (South Africa)
Angola's Marino Cutendana

WOMEN’S FLYWEIGHT CHAMPION - Vacant
France’s Isabelle Pare
Pretoria's Jacqualine Trosee
Italy’s Micol Di Segni


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