The “Shark” has won 9 of his last 10 bouts, and most recently outpointed another Swede in Fernando Flores at Danish MMA Night in June. The bantamweight has shown he is a grappling ace with submission ending skills, and should be able to take the fight to the ground as needed against the striking first attack of the always entertaining Swede.
Aktar has won his last three fights, and the last two have been possible retirement fights. With his busy schedule of work and a newborn, it has been challenging finding enough time to commit fully to MMA. But he moves forward in his backyard with his first ACB bout and it should be a good one. The 37-year-old turned pro back in 2012 with most of his bouts in the Superior Challenge organization.