A complete listing of professional MMA events in Iceland, Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, and Estonia. Also listed are Nordic fighters with bouts internationally.
Calendar of Nordic MMA Events
Nerike MMA Series 1 event will go down in Örebro, Sweden. The upstart promotion will work with Akademi Nord to put on the event going down at Conventum.
Olli Santalahti (10-3-0) has signed a bout agreement Cage Warriors and will make his debut at CWFC 107 in Liverpool on September 28. The promotion announced the welterweight bout today. “It’s my time to shine” says the Finn after seeing the announcement.
The UFC has just announced that for the first time the Octagon will land in Denmark. The event is now planned for September 28 at the Royal Arena in Copenhagen.
PFL 7 October 11 – Welterweights and Women’s Lightweights
8:00pm ET on ESPN+, 10:00pm ET on ESPN2 and ESPN Deportes (All times Eastern)
PFL newcomer and former UFC fighter Glaico Franca earned the #1 seed in the welterweight playoffs after knocking out Sadibou Sy at PFL 4 in a battle for the top spot. He’ll face #8 seed Andre Fialho. In the #4, #5 fight, John Howard will square up against David Michaud. Howard scored a stunning KO of Ray Cooper III in a win or go home fight at PFL 4, while Michaud bounced back in a huge way from his early defeat at the feet of Sy, securing a first-round TKO that also catapulted him to the Playoffs.
Excellence FC 2 takes place in Linköping on October 12th.
Finn Aleksi Mäntykivi (13-5) will headline Cage Warriors 108 In the biggest fight of his career to date against unbeaten Welsh prospect Mason Jones (7-0). The event goes down on Saturday October 12th in Cardiff.
It’s Official finally! 🔥
19.10.2019 Hamburg Germany. 🇩🇪
Lets go, God bless!
Finn Makwan Amirkhani (15-3) is taking his two fight winning streak to UFC 244 taking place on November 2 at Madison Square Garden in New York City.
AK Fighting Championship will host their second event in Stockholm at Solnahallen.
Superior Challenge 20 will go down at Stockholmsmassan in Stockholm, Sweden on December 7.