UAE Warriors 46

BREAKING: Mark Climaco vs. Tumelo Manyamala set for UAE Warriors 46

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UAE Warriors is set to kick off their 2024 fight year on January 20th with a massive card headlined by Alex da Silva and Dinislam Kamavov. Aside from the exciting main event, there are still plenty of fights left to be announced on the card.

Per sources, Road to the UFC’s Mark Climaco will be taking on EFC’s Tumelo Manyamala in a 3-round flyweight bout. The pair of prospects will be making their UAE Warriors debuts in Abu Dhabi later this month. Their addition to the roster promises to add a whole new level of entertainment to the promotion. With a combined career record of 14-2, this should be an exciting, high-level promotional scrap.

Meet UAE Warriors Newest Prospects

Mark Climaco

Mark Climaco (9-2) is an exciting 26-year-old prospect who already has loads of high-level MMA experience. He trains with some of the best in the world at American Kickboxing Academy. Climaco has also seen the big stage before.

With wins in Bellator, LFA, and Road to the UFC, not only is he is battle-tested fighter, he knows how to find a finish or survive the deep rounds of a fight.

Tumelo Manyamala

Tumelo Manyamala (5-0) is an undefeated EFC fighter with a 100% finish rate. The South African prospect is guaranteed to bring an entirely new, fun style to UAE Warriors. Following in the footsteps of other great promotional fighters like Cameron Saaiman and Dricus Du Plessis, Manyamala has a chance to really push his career to the next level by joining a bigger promotion with brighter lights.

Both Manyamala and Climaco are great additions to the promotion. Their debut fight has banger written all over it. Get familiar with both fighters now, because they will be at the top of UAE Warriors and have bright future in the sport.

Stay tuned for additional UAE Warriors 46 fight announcements.

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