MEFC 4 Releases Further Bout Announcements

MEFC 4 has already revealed a fight set for the pugilistic proceedings but more contests are being announced.


Hazem Kayyali vs Hassan El Wahsh is set to go down on May 24th.

Kayyali is a former IMMAF Asian Championships finalist. He also was a Senior Tournament Championship winner at middleweight during his amateur MMA days. He is currently 1-0 as a pro-MMA fighter and made his debut under the Middle East Fighting Championship banner. The Jordanian fighter finished Abderrahmen Smaili with a first-round arm triangle choke at MEFC 2 in January.

El Wahsh is 2-0 as a professional mixed martial artist. He returns to the cage after over a year and a half outside of the cage.

The Egyptian combatant looks to continue his run of success at 185 pounds and someone’s 0 has got to go in this fight.

Muhammad Mutie vs Walid Lamani is also slated to take place in Abu Dhabi in the coming weeks at this event.

This will be Mutie’s fifth pro-MMA fight and returns to the MEFC cage after last fighting on the company’s inaugural card. The UAE combatant scored a first-round TKO over Rayan Atmani at MEFC 1 in the waning seconds of the opening frame. ‘The Gorilla’ has also previously fought for UAE Warriors and looks to put together consecutive victories in his career as he again competes under the MEFC banner.

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Lamani embarks on his fourth pro-MMA bout and enters this contest on the heels of consecutive first-round finishes. He has solely fought under the Berbere banner and the Algerian fighter looks to maintain his one hundred percent finishing rate in this looming showdown.

Also, Abderrahman Rachidy vs Nart Abida bolsters the ever-expanding MEFC 4 card.

Rachidy steps into the cage for his fifth professional mixed martial arts bout. The Moroccan mauler looks to win again under the MEFC banner. While he last won inside the UAE Warriors cage, the 23-year-old collected a win at MEFC’s debut offering. Riding back-to-back first-round striking-based finishes into this lightweight clash, Rachidy again looks to impress in the four-ounce gloves.

Abida last fought on MEFC 3 in March but the bout resulted in a no-contest due to an accidental groin strike in the first frame of the fight. The 29-year-old Jordanian looks to return to the win column for the first time since October 2021.

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