XFC Africa has delivered a stellar year of fights to MMA enthusiasts and while they seem impossible to top, they have outdone themselves yet again, reserving the greatest spectacle of the year for their last tournament, which is certain to be the coup of 2010. FIGHTCLUB 4, which will be held on 11 December 2010 at the Standard Bank Arena is a highly anticipated event, with an unrivaled card of international USA vs. RSA fights, beautiful dancing girls, curvaceous ring girls, music, and impressive light displays.
Arnie Williams, President of XFC Africa, articulates, “We have left the best for last: 3 international fights, 6 local MMA fights, and 3 Extreme Striking fights will dazzle the spectators on December 11th.” Williams goes on to say “The XFC is an organization owned by fighters, for the fighters, who knows how to match fights.” Although the quality of the fights are unparalleled, Williams intends to keep the fight affordable for fans; “We are conscious of our fans out there, and therefore we have brought the ticket prices down to R150, R250 and R450 for VIP. We want MMA fans to be able to come enjoy the evening with us at the best venue in South Africa, The Standard Bank Arena.”
The Standard Bank Arena creates an incomparable atmosphere to enjoy the fights in, unlike anything South Africa has ever seen, with 5000 tiered indoor seats, massive screens, and ground floor catering and drinking facilities. The VIP suites are ideal to entertain your clients in whilst watching the fights with your own personal catering and private bars. An auction will be held in conjunction with the Foundation for Abused Women and Children to commemorate the 16 Days of Abuse campaign. On the local front, Danie Van Heerden, Gavin Green, and Leon Mynhardt will be carrying the XFC South African flag against American XFC counterparts, Robert Rodriquez, Shah Babonis, and John Chavez. XFC Africa’s local fights will once again prove their matchmaking prowess with phenomenal fighters, including the unbeaten Dino Bertolis, unbeaten Bobby Botha, and Theo Thologo with a strong contingent from the south Jason McCaulif and Jared Lovett.