Welcome to the Extreme Fighting Association! Tonight we are in Montreal, and what a card do we have for you! The 145 lbs. champ, Ephram Urani has huge obstacle in front of him against high rate finisher Do Ho Joy. Then we have two giants ready to blow the roof off Hayashi's Lounge. We have some exciting debuts and some veterans dying in anticipation to get their hands on that comeback win. Are you ready!?
145 lbs. (Champ) Ephram Urani vs. Do Ho Joy
The main event is here, ladies and gentlemen! The 145 lbs. title is on the line! Ephram Urani, the champ, defends his belt for only the second time so far against Do Ho Joy, a man who has been on an extensive winning streak(6). He has finished every fight in the organization by T/KO and has received three performance awards for his victories. Urani has also been on a finishing binge as of late. This hype is going to crash into the ground and rip the arena apart. I can't wait!
265 lbs. Mark Kerr vs. Quinton Randleman
Mark "The Specimen" Kerr versus Quinton Randleman is the type of fight that main events were made for. Two well rounded beasts collide in between the cold metal that binds them. After two back to back finishes, Kerr has impacted the EFA in a big way and may be looking at a title shot if he can defeat Randleman. That will be no easy task as he has the experience advantage and has faced the champion of the division already. What a fight!
265 lbs. Werner Jung vs. Boss Level
After debuting EFA against the now 265 lbs. champion, Norman Stebson, and losing, Werner Jung is looking to make a name for himself in the organization other than "that guy who got beat". To do that, he will have to defeat an elite boxer in Boss Level. Level has two losses and is debuting in EFA tonight. This fight is important for both new comers, and it will definitely not disappoint.
185 lbs. Jack MaHogOff vs. Jacare Gracie
Both Jack MaHogOff and Jacare Gracie debut tonight against each other. Both men are also coming off of submission losses. Gracie seems to be the better fighter in nearly every aspect of the game. MaHogOff needs to worry about another loss.
265 lbs. Eddie Rayne vs. Jake Woods
Eddie "Thunder" Rayne has his biggest test in front of him tonight against Jake Woods, an undefeated fighter with six wins, three of the most recent being knockouts. Rayne doesn't have nearly the clean record like Woods, but his grappling is superior. To maintain that win streak, Woods will want to keep this one on the feet. Stay tuned to watch these EFA vets go at it!