Continents will collide right here in the Mother City on Saturday, 12 March, as some of Europe’s finest Muay Thai athletes descend on Cape Town for the Thaiholics Continental Collision at Grand West’s Market Hall.
This event promises to be brutally action packed as Thaiholics Fight Promotions has pulled out all the stops to bring an elite German team comprising slick heavy hitters to the Continental Collision event. These world-ranked Germans will test their grit against some of South Africa’s most lethal men in the country.
They will face off in full Muay Thai rules on a card that features no less than six professional bouts. Headlining the event is Cape Town’s Karl ‘Baywatch’ Bergemann, who will take on Berlin’s Enrico Rogge in a catch weight bout.
The co-main event sees WMO African welterweight champion, Ncedo Gomba welcome Hamburg’s Kevin Burmester.
Paarl’s Adrian ‘Sparks’ van Wyk will battle it out with Florian Kröger, also from Hamburg, while crowd favourite Lamin Souayah from Libya will square off against Germany’s Evans Witte.
Rounding out the German assault is a firecracker match-up between German Crispin Ramis and Nkazimulo “Zuluboy” Zulu from KwaZulu-Natal.
Returning to defend his WMO lightweight pro-am belt is Shane Deacon of Thaiholics Cape Town, who takes on Pride Fighting Academy’s Chester Kruger. Both fighters are looking to make their mark on the South African Muay Thai scene, it will all come down to who wants it more – a battle not to be missed.
Doors open at 4pm, and the five-hour event begins from 5pm at Grand West Casino’s Market. Tickets are available from Quicket at R300.