Calendar of Nordic MMA Events
Zebaztian Kadestam (8-3) will fight at the Singapore Indoor Stadium in Kallang, Singapore on the May 26th ONE Championship card “Dynasty of Heroes.”
The Swede now training out of Pancrase Gym in Stockholm will face Brazilian Luis Santos who comes into the fight with a 63 win and 9 loss record. The 37 year old fights out of American Top Team and is unbeaten in his last 10 bouts, with the only blemish a no contest eye poke against Ben Askren.
The Octagon is headed back to Sweden at the Globe Arena on Sunday, May 28.
Kenneth Bergh (5-0) has had troubles getting opponents, but one one has finally stepped up for a bout at the Indigo in London’s O2. The Norwegian will face France’s Norman Paraisy (15-4-2-1).
Håkon Foss (8-3) will attempt to get his fifth straight win when the “Ferocious” takes on Craig White (10-7) on June 2nd in London.
Norwegian Thomas Robertson (5-1) will face England’s Phil Wells (8-4).
Herdem Alacabek (2-0) finally has a bout. The Swede will step into the cage at Legacy Fighting Alliance (LFA) on June 2nd against a to be determined opponent at the Los Angeles-Burbank Marriott Convention Center in Burbank, California.
“The Lion” is undefeated with a TKO win at IRFA 7 in 2014 and IRFA 8 in 2015. He was a training partner of Ilir Latifi and others at Allstars Training Center before moving to the Florida and now California with his American wife.
Norwegian Kim Thinghaugen (5-3) will headline the upcoming Almighty Fighting Championship 5 against an experienced Englishman Jack-Grant (11-4). The lightweight bout will be for the inaugural lightweight Almighty Fighting Championship belt on June 17 in Leeds.
Allstars Training Center’s Firat Dogan steps back in the cage for a featherweight pro MMA bout.
M-1 Global will visit Helsinki, Finland for an event at Hartwell Arena.