EFC 32 ~ Ster Kinekor


Sors GURU Grobbelaar

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Published on Jul 15, 2014

On August 7 the dynamic Wade Groth faces Durban’s ‘God of War’, Peter Nyide, and heavyweight KO specialists Sors Grobbelaar and Knife Didier square off. Available live at Ster-Kinekor cinemas through-out SA. Broadcast info at efcafrica.com.

Groth looks to hit 3 in a row against Durban’s God of War, Peter Nyide, and Grobbelaar & Knife square off in a thundering, old school, heavyweight KO showdown. Where will YOU be watching?

Guru vs Didier stats pic

Available live on the#‎EFCBigscreen at Ster-Kinekor cinemas through-out SA. EFC 32, Carnival City, JHB.

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