The fight lasted a little over five minutes and Yekini demonstrated that he was still above his opponent he had beaten twice in 2000 and 2004 (win by arbitration decision after an unsporting action of Bombardier).
Yekini is crowned on fight with strikes with his 19 wins in 20 fights. His only draw was obtained against Moustapha Gueye (now retired) 30 June 2006.
If Yekini who promised that if won he would make himself available to the Hopes of the wrestling, will be spoiled for choice for his future opponents, Bombardier meanwhile, may be an easy prey for promoters.
Even though he beat Thiek (April 5, 2009), a tenure according to observers of the fight with strikes, his recent reverses against Baboye April 16, 2006 and the one against Grey Bordeaux, July 22, 2007, had slowed his career.
The wrestler Mbour could recall, however, to have beaten twice Mohamed Ndao Tyson who remains a safe bet in the fight with strikes.
Yekini, the leader of Ecurie Ndakarou, in his career has secured 18 victories and only one draw against Moustapha Gueye, alias Tiger of Fass. Yekini is said to be the champion of African in the free style wrestling for many years.