|Heavyweight (Per 10/13)|
|1.||Semmy Schilt (?)|
|7.||Mirko Cro Cop|
|Light HW (per 10/13)|
|Middleweight (per 11/25)|
|Welterweight (per 10/13)|
|70kg (Per 11/25)|
|2.||Robin van Roosmalen|
|65kg (per 10/6)|
Vendetta holds their sixth fight card this weekend in Vienna, Austria and it's undoubtedly their best one yet. The card features fighters from all over Europe, including four from FF Carbin in Holland like Sergio Wielzen, Duoli Chen and Aziz Kallah.
The main event sees the always active long time veteran Fadi Merza in his home country against England's Jason Woodham at 72.5kg. Merza comes off a September win in Austria over Mohammed El Mir. He was scheduled to fight Steve Moxon n October but had to pull out.
At 63.5kg, Sergio Wielzen once again fights at a pretty high weight for him against Austria's Sasa Jovanovic. Jovanovic has been around for a long time around Europe and usually is a good test no matter who he fights. Wielzen is winless this year so he'll really want to get a win and get some momentum going for 2013.
Also from FF Carbin is Duoli Chen, who's been featured on It's Showtime this year as one of the up and coming 77kg fighters. Chen will fight Austria's Shodran Veseli at 76kg and looks to make it two wins in a row after his win at It's Showtime Brazil last month.
At 74kg, FF Carbin's up and comer Aziz Kallah fights Foad Sadeghi, again from Austria. Sadeghi lost to Maximo Suarez in September and this is a similar fight, as Kallah is in a similar career position to Suarez as a promising up and comer. At 84kg there's another Holland vs. Austria match-up, as Errol Koning fights David Keclik in full Muay Thai rules. All the rest of the fights are K-1 rules.
72.5kg: Fadi Merza vs. Jason Woodham
63.5kg: Sergio Wielzen vs. Sasa Jovanovic
74kg: Aziz Kallah vs. Foad Sadeghi
75kg: Lirim Ahmeti vs. Mika Tahitu
75kg: Serdan Dedecan vs. Ales Zavec
76kg: Duoli Chen vs. Shkodran Veseli
81kg: Adam Evloev vs. Alen Belec
81kg: Aleksander Stankov vs. Fahir Batjari
84 MT: Errol Koning vs. David Keclik
HW: Muamer Tufekcic vs. Antonio Copeta