Record 10 EFC events in 2014

Cape Town - EFC AFRICA will be presenting 10 events in 2014, a record for the organisation.

The year’s dates and venues are as follows:

•  EFC AFRICA 27: February 27 – Carnival City, Johannesburg.
•  EFC AFRICA 28: March 27 – Coca-Cola Dome, Johannesburg.
•  EFC AFRICA 29: May 1 – Carnival City, Johannesburg.
•  EFC AFRICA 30: June 5 – GrandWest, Cape Town.
•  EFC AFRICA 31: July 3 – Carnival City, Johannesburg.
•  EFC AFRICA 32: July 31 – Coca-Cola Dome, Johannesburg.
•  EFC AFRICA 33: September 4 – TBC
•  EFC AFRICA 34: October 2 – Carnival City, Johannesburg.
•  EFC AFRICA 35: October 30 – GrandWest, Cape Town.
•  EFC AFRICA 36: December 11 – Coca-Cola Dome, Johannesburg.

“Ten events in one year is something to celebrate,” said EFC AFRICA president Cairo Howarth.

“MMA in Africa is growing at a huge rate. More events mean more fights which means the opportunity for more athletes from across the continent to get involved.”

“Our September show is not yet finalised,” he added.

“We’re pushing hard to make our first ever show in Durban. We’ll release that information as soon as we can.”

EFC AFRICA 27, presented by MusclePharm, takes place on Thursday, February 27, 2014 at the Big Top Arena, Carnival City, Johannesburg. Tickets on sale now at Stream the entire event, live and in HD, from

Broadcast information and full fight card available at

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