Decota MMA dominated this weekend

It was a good weekend for the Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) competitors this past weekend. On Saturday, June 4, the MMA team visited Durban as well as Klerksdorp, where the participants did exceptionally well. The participants dominated both events they participated in and were rewarded with gold, silver and bronze awards in their different categories.

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Here are the competitors who took part in the event on Saturday, June 4. From left: (back) Braam van Zyl, Marchell Postumus, Danie van Heerden (EFC Heavyweight champion), Aldo Booysen, Christiaan Marè and Jan Booysen; (middle) Julian Burger, JC Joubert, Paul Joubert, Danie de Kock and Miguel Miya; (front) Righard Burger, Bradley la Grange, Jordan Joubert and Ruben Joubert.

Braam van Zyl and Julian Burger won silver in light contact while Miguel Miya won gold in this category. Braam van Zyl and Marchell Postumus won bronze in grappling while JC Joubert won silver, Julian Burger and Paul Joubert won bronze in this category. Miguel Miya won silver and Righard Burger won gold in grappling while Bradley la Grange and Jordan Joubert won bronze, also in the grappling category. Aldo Booysen got a ‘KO’ victory in his first MMA Cafè fight in the second round. Christiaan Marè avenged his first loss at KFN1 with a ‘TKO’ victory in the first round.

Fanie ‘The Viper’ Prinsloo destroyed his prelim opponent, George Mapumhulo from Muay Thai, MMA boys in under a minute. He took part in the Last Fighter Standing (LFS) event in Durban on Saturday. He knocked him out cold, twice in the first round and then progressed to the finals. However, the medics did not want to clear Fanie for the last fight with an elbow injury that he sustained during the first fight, but he eventually went on to fight Keegan Wroots from Undisputed.

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Fanie ‘The Viper’ Prinsloo took part in the event on Saturday, June 4, held in Durban.

“I lost in the finals as my elbow was hurt. This is something I have to work on to get strong, there are no excuses. It is not easy fighting with only one hand or one arm, but I will be back at the Pretoria event. It is not easy fighting more than one fight a night and I am a proud professional LFS athlete,” were Fanie’s words.

The team also just want to thank the Lord for keeping all the athletes safe. And also send a big thanks to all their supporters, family and friends and every sponsor. Fanie also concluded by saying that without the abovementioned, it would be very difficult to compete at this level.

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Melissa Claassen

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