Allstars Fight Night ends the year with a bang as AFN 4 features several exciting matchups on Saturday. Here, I’ll rank the top seven bouts that I’m looking forward to the most, that I think you guys should tune in to as well.
First of all you might be wondering what AFN even is.
Here’s some quick background on how this became one of the hottest and fastest-growing MMA organizations in Scandinavia, and why you should pay attention.
A few months ago, the famous Allstars Training Center basically launched a new Swedish MMA promotion–Allstars Fight Night–to hold fight cards in front of a small audience at their state-of-the-art fight gym in Stockholm. They kicked off back in June with a typical local show that featured some of the gym’s up-and-comers, and quickly gained notoriety as they managed to secure some bigger names on the coming shows. They would keep putting on events in August and September that garnered more and more attention as word got around.
AFN has managed to get some of Sweden’s biggest influencers involved, either reporting at the events or even stepping into the cage themselves. The promotion has also done a good job of building pretty deep fight cards, delivering quality mixed martial arts as well as a few hyped up matchups for the mainstream audience, thus offering something for everyone.
Now, they are gearing up for AFN 4–their biggest show to date–with a stacked fight card that will be airing on Aftonbladet Plus this coming Saturday, one day before New Year’s Eve on December 30.
That being said, now let’s take a look at the card and rank this weekend’s must-see fights. I’m basing this entirety on my own interest level.
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