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As we build up to Fight Factory 2, I will be doing a series of articles on fighters and the promotion. In this section I will be focusing on Alexandre Kabangu. A man who will be fighting in the main bout against Ashley Robinson.

Alexandre Kabangu has been fighting most of his life in the DRC (Democratic Republic of Congo) where he is originally from. He has been in Cape Town since last year December and speaks very little English, but that has not stopped him from learning the language or sharpening his skills. Kabangu is being coached by Arron Mckenzie at Redemption Fitness in Cape Town and has made good progress thus far (most of you will know the name of Redemption Fitness as the home of former EFC Heavyweight, Knife Didier). Though he has not been in South Africa that long, he does have a very impressive fight record behind him. Kabangu has 25 pro fights under his name, in which 2 were for the WAKO African Championship.

Alexandre Kabangu is set to face Cape Town native, Ashley Robinson in what is set to be a cracker of a fight.

If you are ready for a display of fireworks, then be sure to catch all the fights on the new date, May 20th. The date has been changed slightly due to unforeseen circumstances. Venue is still the same.

Full fight card will be available as soon as received from organisers.

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