On Thursday, Aug. 7, EFC Africa will host its 32nd event from the Carnival City Big Top Arena in Johannesburg, South Africa.

In the night’s main event, the promotion’s welterweight title will be on the line as champion Henry Fadipe takes on Adam Speechly. The hard-hitting Irish fighter Fadipe has scored back-to-back knockouts in the EFC Africa cage, stopping both Michiel Opperman and Dino Bagattin. He’ll be seeking his fourth straight win when he takes on South Africa’s Speechly. The 25-year-old Speechly has been out of action for over a year. The former champion was last in action against Martin van Staden, winning via decision.

Also on the card, the 145-pound belt will be up for grabs as Boyd Allen takes on Barend Nienaber. Allen was last in action at EFC Africa 30, fighting to a thrilling, five-round draw against Don Madge. The 23-year-old rides a nine-fight unbeaten streak. Nienaber, meanwhile, is still green in the MMA world. He’s earned three straight wins under the EFC banner and will look to capture gold in just his fourth outing.

EFC Africa 32 will air live via online pay-per-view on the promotion’s website starting at 16:45 CAT. The main card will follow at 20:00 CAT.

Below are results of the weigh-ins for the event (all weights in kilograms).

EFC Africa 32 Weigh-In Results
Henry Fadipe (76.50 kg) vs. Adam Speechly (76.40 kg) – for welterweight title
Boyd Allen (65.60 kg) vs. Barend Nienaber (65.90 kg) – for featherweight title
JP Kruger (83.35 kg) vs. Liam Cleland (83.30 kg)
Elvis Moyo (117.80 kg) vs. Wilhelm Strauss (119.85 kg)
Shaun de Lange (77.00 kg) vs. Gordon Roodman (78.15 kg)
Peter Nyide (65.80 kg) vs. Wade Groth (65.80 kg)
Sors Grobbelaar (116.40 kg) vs. Knife Didier (101.95 kg)
Mbulelo Swekile (65.20 kg) vs. Tumisang Madiba (65.30 kg)
Sizwe Mnikathi (66.00 kg) vs. Tshilomba Mulumba (65.70 kg)
Ivan Strydom (113.30 kg) vs. Mike Vermeulen (108.35 kg)
Giovanni Pretorius (72.25 kg) vs. Chimmy van Winkel (73.00 kg)
Sydney Mokgolo (77.00 kg) vs. Pupanga Tresor (76.95 kg)
Oumpie Sebeko (61.00 kg) vs. Boney Bukaka (60.60 kg)