Top Undefeated Prospect Adam Borics signs with EuroFC

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Wednesday, November 2, 2016 Hungary’s own Adam Borics (11-0) has signed a multi-fight deal with EuroFC that will extend into 2018. The 23-year-old turned down various offers from promotions around the world to join the EuroFC featherweight division.

After making his professional debut just a little over two years ago, Borics has won eleven straight including going 3-0 in the FFC promotion and winning the HFC featherweight title in his native Hungary. Now he will make his debut at EuroFC 02 on February 11th in Prague Czech Republic in the famous o2 Arena.

Borics expressed his excitement in joining the EuroFC ranks:

“It’s a great honor for me to sign with EuroFC. The promotion caught my attention when they launched earlier this year. This is the perfect time for me to join EuroFC. This sport is really tough in and outside the cage. It’s really hard to start and grow a career in MMA, you have to develop yourself constantly and you have to stay persistent until you reach your goals. Signing with EuroFC is a proof that I’ve been doing all my missions in a good way, so I’m really glad that I gained the organisation’s trust.”

The featherweight is coming into the promotion expecting and wanting challenging fights.

“I want to fight guys who will bring the best out of me, fighters that really challenge me, this is the only way to develop myself. I’m already hungry and impatient and I can’t wait to step into the EuroFC cage. I need to fight. I need to defeat my opponents, but mainly defeat myself. This is what I call a real triumph. Every single day of my life is about fighting. And I ensure you I will bring the best Ádám Borics.”

Finally, Borics gave a simple message for featherweights in EuroFC.

“Hey, EuroFC featherweight division! Get ready, I’m coming!”

Borics’ opponent for EuroFC 02 will be revealed in the coming days.


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