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EFC 103: JP Kruger and Conrad Seabi To Clash for Interim Middleweight Gold
- The Interim Middleweight championship will be on the line in the main event of EFC 103
- JP Kruger will have a crack at the title for the third time when he takes on Conrad Seabi
- South Africa's Nicole van Wyk and Kenya’s Felista Mugo will both make their pro debuts
All eyes will be on the Performance Institute as the Interim Middleweight title is up for grabs at EFC 103.
JP 'Tinkerbell' Kruger and Conrad 'Cagewise' Seabi will do battle for the belt in the main event, in what promises to be another action-packed night for the organisation.
With current champion, Luke Michael out injured, Kruger and Seabi will step up to fight for the interim belt and look to unify the titles later down the line.
Both men are experienced fighters who now train other up-and-coming MMA athletes, so their clash for the gold promises to be an exciting one.
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Kruger's fighting record:
With a professional record of seven wins and three losses, Tinkerbell is looking to finally claim the elusive Middleweight belt. It will be his third shot at the title, having already lost to Garreth McLellan and Yannick Bahati. He will also be looking to bring gold back to his House of Tinkerbell Gym in Springs, a feat that his opponent doesn't seem to have any trouble with.
Seabi's fighting record:
Seabi's Brothers In Arms Gym has already claimed three EFC titles, and they will be looking to claim a fourth when their fearless leader steps into the cage. A veteran of the sport, Seabi boasts a record of eight wins and five losses, according to EFC Worldwide. Four of his wins have come by TKO and the other four by decision.
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The rest of the card is not to be missed as well. In the co-main event, South Africa's Roedi Roets returns to take on the DRC’s August Kayambula.
There's also action in the women's division as two athletes make their professional debuts, when South Africa's Nicole van Wyk takes on Kenya's Felista Mugo, per IOL.
Mark Hulme claims Welterweight gold
Mark Hulme is eyeing a move to the UFC to join his Team CIT teammates, Sports Brief has also reported.
The South African expressed his desire to join Dricus du Plessis and Cameron Saaiman in the MMA titan.
Hulme needed one round to win the EFC's Welterweight belt, after beating Ziko Makengele for the title.