Superior Challenge finalized its upcoming card, releasing the full fight card today which includes a “Next generation of Swedish MMA talents.” Three new bouts and four new athletes have been booked for the Superior Challenge 13 – Norrköping card on April 9th 2016 at Stadium Arena. Read the press release below.

Nice additions from @superiorchallenge !!!

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Faissal Harrar, the Swiss, who latest competed at Superior Challenge 11 takes on the Gothenburger Saeed Ganji. Edris Rafigh who made his pro debut at Superior Challenge 8 decided shortly after to focus on Shootfighting and Amateur MMA instead. Having conquered Gold medals in both, he now feels ready for pro MMA and takes on the Umeå fighter Viktor Gustafsson. Who trains with the former Superior Challenge, and UFC fighter, Tor Troéng. Last but not least, the merited Judokan Botir Movlonov makes his pro debut against Andreas Lindblad from Karlstad.

Babak Ashti, Founder Superior Group International:
– Bouts with young fighters at the start of their careers usually tends to be very interesting, as the athletes do their utmost to show their skills. Personally, I love these bouts. One of the things I like most about my work is that I have the privilege to be able to give young Swedish athletes the opportunity to build a professional career on Superior Challenge’s platform.

Fight Card Superior Challenge 13

Main Card
Welterweight Title Bout -77,1 kg – Daniel Acacio (Champion) vs. David Bielkheden
Super Fight – Middleweight -83,9 kg – Papy “Makambo” Abedi vs Bruno “BC” Carvalho
Light Heavyweight Title Bout – 93 kg – Joachim Christensen (Champion) vs Ednaldo Oliveira
Bantamweight -61,2 kg – Martin Akhtar vs Declan “Kid Dynamite” Williams
Featherweight -65,8 kg – Michel “Bad Boy” Ersoy vs Thomas “Moon Lee” Hytten
Catch Weight -80 kg – Sadibou Sy vs David “One More” Round

Heavyweight -120,2 kg – Luc Ngeleka vs Miika Mehmet
Welterweight -77 kg – Rioo Ibrahim vs Martin Hudson
Lightweight -70,3 kg – Faissal Harrar vs Saeed Ganjii
Catch Weight -63 kg – Edris Rafigh vs Viktor Gustafsson
Lightweight -70,3 kg – Andreas Lindblad vs Botin Movlonov