Cape Fight League Signs Sanctioning Partnership for PRO K1

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Cape Fight League Signs Sanctioning Partnership for PRO K1

Cape Town, January 2016

Following its announcement last week that Cape Town’s favourite fight promotors, Cape Fight League (CFL) will be turning professional, further developments have been made and are ready to be announced in the kickboxing K1 space, as well as pro Boxing and MMA.  

“Cape Fight League will host SAKA PRO sanctioned events giving fighters the opportunity to earn WACO provincial, national, intercontinental and world titles for K1 in South Africa, this means there will be an official ranking system put in place, therefore real champions,” said the organizations president, Ivan de Vries.

Mr de Vries added: “We will also be hosting Pro Boxing events sanctioned by Boxing SA as well as Pro MMA events sanctioned by MMASA, it is simply wonderful news that all CFL’s events will now be sanctioned by the South African National bodies in all the codes that we present.”

“Having always been interested in the development side of the fight game, we now provide a platform for South African fighters to further develop their talent to international levels, by competing against American, European, African and Asian opponents,” De Vries added.

The first SAKA, WACO sanctioned event takes place 26 March at Suningdale Sports Complex in Parklands and features three exciting titles fights:

Adrian Van Wyk (Tricore) Loss vs Kulekani Hlongwa Loss (Lion’s Den) 5 rounds 3 Min under 84kg, Light heavy weight division.

 

Sors Grobbelaar (Two Brother) vs Juan Bezuidenhout   5 rounds 3 Min Heavy Weight.

 

Lucky van der Mokate (Young Guns) vs Michael Clacher (Thai Holics) 5 rounds 3 Min Under 60.1 Kg. Lightweight division

 

 

Our aim is to ensure that we provide the best possible fight opportunities within all the fighting styles showcased at Cape Fight League events. We hope with the CFL going pro and with the SAKA, WACO, SA Boxing and MMASA sanctioning agreement that this will be achieved, “added Matchmaker Anthony Kettle.

The rest of the fight card for March 26th, CFL 14 promises to be filled with actioned packed bouts featuring upcountry and international fighters on the card:

Ceeh Khuboni (Muay Thai and MMA Boys) Loss vs Ashley William Robinson (Tricore) 5 rounds 3 Min 71.8 kg

Frans Jacobs (Radja-martial arts in Hartswater) vs Karl Bergerman (Thai Holics) K1 5 rounds 3 Min under 87kg

Anthony Mailer (Tricore) vs Rafel Wozniak (Thai Holics) 5 rounds 3 Min under 66.8 kg

 David King Mokoena (Young Guns) vs Louis Phillips  (Louis Phillips/PE) 5 rounds 3 Min under 56.400 Kg

 

Ivan Strydom vs   Bennie Liebenberg (Radja-martial arts in Hartswater) 5 rounds 3 Min Heavy Weight

 

Eduardo Barros(Team Elite Angola) vs Sylvester Chipfumbu (Panther) 5 rounds 3 Min 60.1 Kg

 

Joshua Ronald Ignjatovic Under (Panther) vs Matthew Marais (Monkon) 71.8kg 5 rounds 3 Min under 62.2

 

Ivanildo Leandrinhoh (Team Elite Angola) vs Carlo Schippers (Tricore)  5 rounds 3 Min under 62.2

 

ABOUT CAPE FIGHT LEAGUE

Formed in 2011 the league aims to showcase the talents of fighters across the country and African continent.  The Cape Town based promotion gives professional boxing, K1 and MMA athletes an opportunity to compete against local and international fighters on a Mother City stage.

By hosting tournaments throughout the year, Cape Fight League hopes to not only afford these fighters much needed fighting experience, but also to grow the sport, while giving Capetonian fight fans a chance to enjoy top class fighting entertainment.

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Issued by Jam Media on behalf of Cape Fight League

For more information contact Jess Mouneimne

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1 Response

  1. Max Cohen
    Great to see Cape Fight League, from little ole Cape Town South Africa getting such great coverage.

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