EFC 32

Sors GURU Grobbelaar

The EFC 32 Ster-Kinekor Prelim Bout headliners are massive. The ‘God of War’, Durban’s Peter Nyide welcomes Johannesburg’s sensational Wade Groth to the featherweight division, and Cape Town KO specialist heavyweights Sors ‘Guru’ Grobbelaar and ‘Knife’ Didier-Kilola go head to head. The event is scheduled for 7 August.

Groth last faced ‘The Professor’, Alex Cheboub, and had the world talking with a overwhelming display. Composed, crisp, and devastatingly effective he took the fight to Cheboub, finally scoring a KO off of an unforgettable superman punch launched off of the fence.

Nyide is perhaps the toughest athlete on the EFC roster. Known for going three rounds with two broken hands in a fight of the night performance (Markus Taljaard), and for demolishing former lightweight title contender Alain Ilunga, he is a warrior with a skill-set evolving at a scary pace.

Dubbed ‘the Guru’, Sors Grobbelaar is a potent kickboxer renowned for…

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