SA CHAMPIONSHIP FINALS RESULTS
View the results of all the fights that took place at the Last Fighter Standing SA Championship Finals at the Ticketpro Dome on 15 October 2016.
|Rushda Mallick||VS||Clotilde “Junior” Essiane||Clotilde “Junior” Essiane||1||TKO|
|Razell Mohamed||VS||Bunmi Ojewole||Bunmi Ojewole||1||TKO – Ref Stop|
|Tommy Strydom||VS||Ceeh Khubone||Ceeh Khubone||3||Submission – Armbar|
|Josh Ignjatovic||VS||Alan Smith||Alan Smith||3||Unanimous – Points|
|Brandin Fourie||VS||Kalunda “Gunther” Ngunza||Kalunda “Gunther” Ngunza||3||Unanimous – Points|
|Keagan Wroots||VS||Chris Bobo Mpia||Keagan Wroots||3||Split – Points|
|Thabani Mndebela||VS||Sors Grobbelaar||Thabani Mndebela||3||Split – Points|
|Quinton Rossouw||VS||Rudolph Van Heerden||Quinton Rossouw||3||Unanimous – Points|
|SA VS RUSSIA|
|Danie Van Heerden||VS||Reinis Porozovs||Danie Van Heerden||1||Tap Out – Rear Naked Choke|
|Peter Graham||VS||Kristaps Zile||Peter Graham||3||Submission|
|Alain Ngalani||VS||Danyo Ilunga||Alain Ngalani||3||Unanimous – Points|
Notes: Alain Ngalani got injured and could not fight in the final.
|Bunmi Ojewole||VS||Clotilde “Junior” Essiane||Clotilde “Junior” Essiane||5||Unanimous – Points|
|Alan Smith||VS||Ceeh Khubone||Ceeh Khubone||5||Majority Decision|
|Keagan Wroots||VS||Kalunda “Gunther” Ngunza||Keagan Wroots||1||Submission – Guillotine|
|Quinton Rossouw||VS||Thabani Mndebela||Thabani Mndebela||5||Split – Points|
|Danyo Ilunga||VS||Peter Graham||Danyo Ilunga||1||TKO|
South African Championship Winners
The winning fighters who get a slice of the prize money and prestige are:
LFS Ladies Featherweight Division – Essiane “Junior” Clotilde, beat her worthy opponent Bunmi Ojewole after going the complete 5 round distance – by points.
LFS SA Men’s Lightweight Division – Ceeh Khobone, beat Alan Smith, who although the youngest entry within the LFS Nationals showed great determination and willpower, by points after also going the full 5 rounds of receiving serious punishment!
LFS SA Welterweight Division – Keagan Wroots won against Gunter Ngunza by a strate-gic arm lock submission.
LFS SA Men’s Heavyweight Division – Thabani Mndebela, who was fighting Quinton Rossouw, won by points – in a fight that was called “the best South African fight of the century” by many of the great sporting enthusiasts present at the Dome.
Four Nations Championship Winner
LFS International Heavyweight Division – Danyo Ilunga won against Peter Graham by a knockout.
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