Sweden’s leading MMA promotion returns to Västerås Arena on May 7 in the form of Fight Club Rush 12. As always, you can look forward to a fully stacked fight card featuring Sweden’s leading MMA talent and up-and-coming stars, showcased on UFC Fight Pass.
A featherweight showdown between top Swedish strikers Alexander Lööf and Samuel Bark will headline the event. Hometown hero Lööf will look to stop the rise of Muay Thai star Samuel Bark, and thereby solidify himself as the featherweight to watch in Sweden 2022.
Both fighters are currently undefeated through their professional careers, coming into FCR 12 with three straight victories each.
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Additionally, a long-awaited rematch is set to take place at May 7, when Västerås’ own heavyweight king Nermin Hajdarpasic hopes to continue his undefeated professional streak by defeating Fatih Aktas for a second time.
Hajdarpasic and Aktas previously faced off at Fight Club Rush 9, with the former emerging as winner by split decision in a thrilling contest.
Moreover, hometown favorite Zoran Milic will hope to continue his win streak as he faces Gerard Burns, while welterweight prospects Christian Stigenberg and Theodor Berggren looks to settle the score in what promises to be a thrilling bout.
Check out the full fight card and how to watch Fight Club Rush 12 below!
Full Fight Card:
Main Card (UFC Fight Pass)
- Featherweight: Alexander Lööf vs. Samuel Bark
- Flyweight: Zoran Milic vs. Gerard Burns
- Bantamweight: Enrique Hecher Soza vs. Karlen Minasian
- Heavyweight: Nermin Hajdarpasic vs. Fatih Aktas
- Welterweight: Christian Stigenberg vs. Theodor Berggren
- Catchweight: Amir Malekpour vs. Safi Husseini
Preliminary Card (fcrmma.com)
- Featherweight: Glenn McVeigh vs. Mici Saaristo
- Lightweight: Anton Hellström vs. Martin Corney (amateur bout)
- Strawweight: Josefine Modig vs. Janika Antinmaa (amateur bout)
How to Watch Fight Club Rush 12:
You can get your physical tickets for the event here.
The doors at Västerås Arena opens at 3.30 p.m. local time, with the prelims set to start at 4 p.m. local time.