Soren Bak is still feeling the effect of his Nordic Fight of the Year with Finn Aleksi Nurminen at Cage 30. The Dane had booked his next fight in Berlin against Mohamed Grabinski with a target date of July 4th, but hasn’t been able to train due to a rib injury suffered in his last bout.  The bout will still go down with the We Love MMA (WLMMA) promotion, but not until October 10 says his management to

Bak Postpones Return

The True Viking has an impressive a 6 win and 0 loss record and the bout with Grabinski will be a big one, as the CSA.DK fighter battles with the top German prospect with a 10 win and 1 loss record.  The Pride Gym Dusseldorf lightweight is on a 6 fight wining streak, and has been fighting as a pro since 2009. Grabinski is the 2nd ranked German at lightweight, with only the UFC’s Nick Hein ranked above him.