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Todd Duffee vs. Jeff Monson to Headline Super Fight League 4 on Sept. 8th

(Take it easy, Todd, it’s not like you’re Anthony Johnson or somethin’.) 

We’ll give the fellas behind Super Fight League this, aside from their overly-lavish-yet-somehow-clusterfucked-production, their motocross-sized ring, and their pants-shittingly terrible theme song, they manage to book some intriguing matchups every now and again. Considering how green of a promotion SFL is, we’d almost consider throwing our support behind them if they didn’t insist on cancelling out those interesting matchups with ones involving Bob Sapp or Bobby Lashley on every other card. But today, we can put another check in the “You have our attention” column for the Indian promotion, as it has been announced that former UFC slugger Todd Duffee and Heavyweight submission/anarchy specialist Jeff Monson have been booked to throw down in the headlining bout of SFL’s fourth event.

Okay, so it’s not a match that will likely make your butthole pucker with excitement, but it’s a huge step up from their last headliner, and that counts for something, right?

We last saw the “official” record holder for fastest UFC knockout in action at Super Fight League’s second event, where he successfully knocked the poop out of Neil Grove in just over 30 seconds, snapping a two-fight skidmark in the process. In case you haven’t noticed, the overarching theme of this article is all things related to feces. Just go with it.

Monson, on the other hand, is coming off a first round submission via North-South choke over Denis Komkin at the same M-1 Global event that saw Fedor Emelianenko nearly retire Pedro Rizzo from the waking world before announcing his own retirement from the sport shortly thereafter. Perhaps the most interesting angle of this match is that Monson has never been truly KO’d before, unless you count that time his ex-girlfriend nearly knocked him out of MMA competition for a decade by leaking those photos of him desecrating the Washington State Capitol building. In fact, Monson hasn’t even been finished in over 5 years (a third round TKO loss to Pedro Rizzo back in September of 2007), so Duffee can really make a statement if he is able to put away a guy like “The Snowman” considering not even Daniel Cormier was able to do so.

Videos of both fighter’s most recent performances are after below.

Duffee vs. Grove (fight starts at the 4:25 mark) 

Monson vs. Komkin 

Super Fight League 4 is set to go down on September 8th in Bengaluru, India, and will also feature a clash between Olympic judoka gold medalist Satoshi Ishii and three time hot dog eating bronze medalist Jimmy Ambriz. So now you pretty much HAVE to watch this event.

-J. Jones

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linzhando- June 30, 2012 at 8:54 am
Casey Ox- June 30, 2012 at 8:10 am
Duffee has all the potential in the world to dominate the Heavyweoght division one day. Many people have no clue that he possesses Black Belt level ground on top of his immense strength and punching power. His only weakness has been in his own head. Now that
He is assembled with two of the best heavys in the business, he will undoubtedly shine far beyond what he showed in his performances in the UFC and against Overeem..
rockhuddy- June 28, 2012 at 6:21 pm
Wasn't Monson going down to LHW?
Xanderschultz- June 28, 2012 at 6:20 pm
Didn't realize Duffee is at AKA. If he's banging w/ Cormier and Cain on the daily he'll be back up in the bigs soon. Athleticism combined with killer camp is always a good combo
RB- June 28, 2012 at 1:43 pm
Duffee does not move like a HW... very impressive agility for a big guy.
The12ozCurls- June 28, 2012 at 1:10 pm
SFL is still in business?
Wow - must be the capacity crowds.