Welcome to the Extreme Fighting Association! Tonight we are in the Hard Knocks arena in Amsterdam. We have some new prospects being thrown into greatly important debuts that can very well affect the entire 145 and 155 divisions! With Elgin Turner is defending the right to call himself champion, and the card being littered with ranked contenders, I think it's safe to say we hope you bought your tickets early.
155 lbs. (Champ) Elgin Turner vs. Antonio Salieri
The main event is here! "Masta Killa" Elgin Turner defends his title for the second time against a very game competitor who happens to be debuting tonight, "Super" Antonio Salieri! Turner hasn't lost since he went down to 155, which is added pressure for the champ. Salieri is not an easy fight, but Turner is the champ for a reason, right? Tune in!
145 lbs. Harry Baals vs. #6 Kalevi Koski
The co-main event holds two elite status fighters with nothing but steel surrounding them. For Baals, it's an opportunity to instantly make a strong name for himself in EFA, this fight being his debut. For Koski, it's a difficult task to maintain his spot in the rankings. This one will have no limits.
145 lbs. Ignatius Thistlewhite vs. #9 Wilner Fatiman
Ignatius Thistlewhite debuts in EFA against #9 ranked competitor, Wilner Fatiman. Fatiman lost recently, losing his opportunity to further climb the ranks. Now, he must defend his right at his spot against a hungry newcomer. Thistlewhite, bring the fight!
265 lbs. Joseph Ingle vs. Lazerus Limbtwister
Grapplers face off in this bout. Ingle needs a win, with only having won one fight in his EFA career. Limbtwister is a rough obstacle to get past, with every victory being finishes by submission. Get ready for an intense ground battle!
145 lbs. Peter Szczawinski vs. Khalabib Nurmagodingdong
Peter Szczawinski is coming off a loss to a ranked contender in Jargon Gin, and is looking to keep himself from straying too far from title contention. To do that, he has to beat his opponent, Khalabib Nurmagodingdong, who is debuting tonight. As long as he stays away from Khalabib's wrestling, he could have his way with the standup game.