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EFC Fight Night 21 & 22 “Cage Rage” Set For December 3
EFC Fight Night 21 & 22 “Cage Rage” Set For December 3

 EFC FIGHT NIGHT is back with a special event EFC 21|22 “Cage Rage” that will witness two remarkable title shots and a fight card that’s building up interestingly. EFC’s latest fight night was set to take place in October thus the decision of joining both events came into effect. According to EFC officials, the fight card was too exciting and powerful to be postponed, expectations are very high for this fight night.

EFC Fight Night 21 & 22 event will take place on Thursday December 3 in Madinat AlNasr, Cairo. Four fights have been announced to date, out of which two are title fights.

The bantamweight title will be on the line with Abdelfattah Toha (4-1) and Rafat sami (4-2) battling it out for the EFC Bantamweight belt; two of the best up and coming fighters in Egypt.

Fighting for the featherweight title is Ramadan Noaman (2-3) who will face Mahmoud Mohamed (4-0) in a heated matchup pitting the young versus the old. Who will win this one?


Also on the card is Egyptian MMA Veteran Amr Wahman (7-7) who will face Albatal’s Ahmed Amir (3-1) in possibly the best lightweight matchup in EFC. ETT’s (Egyptian Top Team) head coach Mohamed Abdel Hamid is back after injury and will face Nizar Youkbani in a featherweight bout for the books