Tobias Harila (5-1) was the busiest fighter in the Nordics. After turning pro in May of 2018 the Västerås Fight Club fighter had 6 fights in the next 9 months, amassing a five win and one loss record before everything came to a halt. “The recovery is going great, and I can really feel the difference between this time and last time” says the 25-year-old to MMA Viking about his injured hand, and subsequent surgeries, that has kept him out of the cage.

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Harila Takes Off His Splint Before Wrestling Practice

“I will try to fight as soon as possible.” says the heavy puncher that is confident his recovery will happen sooner than later. “I have been working a lot mentally and I have been doing a lot of wrestling training, but only technique.” continues the featherweight that is taking his time making sure there are no more setbacks in the comeback.

“People will be surprised when they see me in the cage again.” 

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Tobias Taking His Time To Allow His Hand to Heal

“I watch Khamzat Chimaev a lot and want to be able to fight like him.” says the Swede about Allstars Training Center’s savage that has stopped all 5 of his opponents in his young career with impressive striking and grappling.

“My goal is to kick all the featherweight’s asses someday, so that is what I am gong to do.”

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Harila stopped Philip Raeburn (8-8) to win the pro featherweight Adrenalin belt in Swansea, Wales in December. “Bad Intention” was last in the cage at Fight Club Rush 4 in January where he won in the main event by punches in 1 minute and 6 seconds.