Johannesburg, South Africa – EFC matchmaker Graeme Cartmell recently hosted a live Facebook stream with UK athletes Danny Henry and Tony Mustard. Cartmell and the athletes can be seen walking through Sandton CBD to nelson Mandela Square talking about their upcoming fights and answering questions from fans.
Watch the full video here
Some highlight moments include:
“I have put so much pressure on myself to get that first win. But once I get that first win, I am going to tear the whole heavyweight division apart.” – Tony Mustard
“I don’t think I will get booed. I don’t think anyone likes Igeu.” – Danny Henry
“I’ll never respect him. I’ll never shake his hand. I don’t respect him. I think he is fake.” – Danny Henry
“Saying I am boring? He wishes he can finish fights like I do.” – Danny Henry
“I’ll could probably give him a free punch right now and he won’t be able to knock me out.” – Danny Henry
EFC 57: Kabesa vs Henry 2, presented by www.BetXchange.com on Saturday 4 March 2017 at Carnival City, Johannesburg. Tickets are on sale at www.computicket.com, and the 5 main card bouts will be broadcast live on kwesesports.com (Sub-Saharan Africa), Kwesé Free Sports (Kenya & Rwanda) and live in South Africa on SABC 3 starting at 21:00 (CAT). Full broadcast details available on www.efcworldwide.com.