New Zealand mixed martial arts who became a six-time Muay Thai World Champion. As a kickboxer, he qualified for the K-1 World Grand Prix Finals tournament eight times.
He was born in Auckland and went undefeated as an amateur kickboxer.
He was an occasional boxer from 1994 through 2001, posting a record of 5-1.
His brother is fellow kickboxer and mixed martial artist Rony Sefo.
He became just the second fighter to knock down Semmy Schilt in a fight.