Undefeated Kenneth Bergh (6-0) passed the toughest test of career today as the Norwegian stopped Norman Paraisy (15-4-2-1) in London.  “I expect a three round war” said the Frontline Academy fighter to MMAViking.com before the fight, but it only lasted 7 minutes as Bergh submitted the former title challenger in the second round.

Bergh celebrated the win in style as he danced in the cage following his sixth straight win, keeping his undefeated record, with all stoppages.

The light heavyweight kept the fight standing early, before deciding to take the fight to the ground in the first. The conditioning played a role in the second, as the Norwegian was much fresher against the older fighter that began to fade. In the end it was a guillotine choke victory two minutes into the second round.