Video: Magnus Cedenblad talks about Early Career and Amateur Fights

Mitt liv som jycken poster

A picture from a BJJ competition in 2006. Magnus Cedenblad to the left, Mats Nilsson in the middle and Denmarks Joachim Christensen to the right
A picture from a BJJ competition in 2006. Magnus Cedenblad to the left, Mats Nilsson in the middle and Denmarks Joachim Christensen to the right

Magnus started his fighting career relatively late at 22 years old, but that didn’t stop him from excelling in a rapid pace once he set his mind to be the best fighter he could be. In this episode Magnus talks about his early years in fighting, where he started out and about his amateur bouts. The first introduction to the martial arts world was at the legend Magnus Cederblad who had fought on a high level in kickboxing, judo, jiu jitsu, muay thai, karate and boxing (he has also been a life guard for the Swedish king). After that he trained for some time at Brasa/Fightzone Stockholm before moving on to Pancrase gym and then later Allstars.

 

Also don’t forget to check out Magnus website where he posts thoughts on life and betting analyses among many other things.

Check out the episode in Swedish below:

Or with English subtitles here: