van Staden as main event at ACB in Germany and Du Plessis for the title at KSW in Poland

Johannesburg, South Africa – Martin Van Staden has been chosen to fight former UFC veteran Denis Siver in the main event of ACB 75 in Germany. He is the 2nd EFC athlete this month to be selected to headline on the European stage as it was confirmed recently that the double division EFC champion, Dricus du Plessis, would get an immediate welterweight title shot at the Polish based MMA organization KSW.
 "I'm really excited for this opportunity to go knock out a German in his home town, I'm coming for everything he has." Says Van Staden.
“Dricus offered an immediate title fight in Poland and now Martin being picked to headline in Germany shows how highly regarded EFC athletes are globally.” Stated EFC President Cairo Howarth. “We are confident that they are going to represent well... Smash them!” he added.

"I'm really looking forward to the fight with Borys. Even though we are fighting on his home turf that doesn't bother me at all.  I already have two major titles and after December I'll have three.  I simply can't wait to give the fans a spectacular and dominant show come December 23rd." says Dricus du Plessis

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