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Fight Club Rush 11 – Full Fight Card and How to Watch



The leading MMA promotion in Scandinavia, Fight Club Rush, returns this Saturday. It’s finally time for the long-awaited FCR 11.

The card features a highly intriguing bout between the rising lightweight stars Rahmads Stromanis and David Jacobsson in the main event.

Up and coming knockout artist Stromanis is undefeated with three brutal finishes in his three fights. His opponent, 25-year old “Fat Boy Slim” Jacobsson, is by far the more experienced fighter with a record of 9-3, with three fights in Brave CF.

In the featherweight co-main event the multiple time Muay Thai champion Samuel Bark returns for his third professional MMA bout, coming of a pair of scary knockouts. The Swede will face Denis Jurakic from Serbia.

FCR 11 will also feature Swedish prospects Moe Ahmadi, Alexander Lindgren, Bilal Tipsaev, and home town favorite Zoran Milic, as well as the debut fight of Swedish TV star Liam Pitts.

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Fight Club Rush 11 – Full Fight card and How to Watch

Fight Club Rush 11 takes place at Västerås Arena in Sweden. You can catch the action this Saturday on UFC Fight Pass and Aftonbladet Plus.

Main card:

Live on UFC Fight Pass (6:00 PM CET)

  • Lightweight: David Jacobsson vs. Rahmads Stromanis
  • Featherweight: Samuel Bark vs. Denis Jurakic
  • Flyweight: Zoran Milic vs. Anton Larsson
  • Bantamweight: Bilal Tipsaev vs. Frederik Strauss
  • Welterweight: Moe Ahmadi vs. Alexander Lindgren
  • Catchweight (150 lbs): Wasiu Idohu vs. Eryk Walecki


Live on Aftonbladet Plus (4:00 PM CET)

  • Bantamweight: Liam Pitts vs. Noah Hedenberg (Amateur fight)
  • Welterweight: Theodor Berggren vs. Ebrima Faal
  • Catchweight: Jakob Valegren vs. Safi Husseini
  • Lightweight: Djaba Murtazaliev vs. Oskar Lang (Amateur fight)
  • Featherweight: Ali Al-Jasim vs. Abdulaziz Hussein

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