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Fight Club Rush 14 results: Gustafsson wins comeback with a vicious TKO



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Andreas “Bane” Gustafsson (left) and Lukasz Dziudzia (right) headlines Fight Club Rush 14. Photo via FCR

The stacked Fight Club Rush 14 delivered a bunch of highlight reel finishes from the prelims to the main event.

In the middleweight headliner, Swedish middleweight Andreas “Bane” Gustafsson returned to the cage to face the tough Polish fighter Lukasz Dziudzia.

After a two-year layoff, Gustafsson was eager to fight. Just seconds into the first round he dropped his opponent, however, Dziudzia bounced back, slamming the Swede to the ground. After a tough and competitive first round, the Swede finished the fight with heavy ground and pound.

“It feels so good. I was very nervous before the fight, because two years off is two years off,” Gustafsson said.”I got a tough start. He lifted me up to the lights. Every Polish guy is a strong motherfucker. I thought I was strong but they are strong.”

The Swedish fighter is now looking to be busy fighting next year.

“2023 is going to be a hectic year. In February we have KSW planned. Maybe four fights in KSW next year,” Gustafsson said.

Great bantamweight co-main event

In the exciting bantamweight co-main event Allstars Training Center’s Bilal Tipsaev took on Spain’s Hecher Sosa.

After three gruelling and competitive rounds, Sosa stood as the winner via unanimous decision with 29-28, 30-27, 29-28 on the judges’ scorecards.

All in all, eight out of ten fights at FCR 14 ended via stoppage. Check out the official results below!


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Fight Club Rush 14 – Official results

Main card

  • Middleweight: Andreas Gustafsson def. Lukasz Dziudzia via TKO, (ground-and-pound), round 2
  • Bantamweight: Hecher Sosa def. Bilal Tipsaev via unanimous decision (29-28, 30-27, 29-28)
  • Featherweight: Wasi Adeshina def. Robert Nyström via KO (punches), round 1
  • Featherweight: Sakhi Qambari def. Eryk Walecki via unanimous decision (29-28, 30-27, 29-28)
  • Catchweight (73 kilo): Moe Ahmadi def. Rick Gangia via submission (RNC), round 1
  • Lightweight: Baysangur Makaev def. Pawel Szumlas via TKO (ground-and-pound), round 1


  • Catchweight (59 kilo): Rohulla Yousofi def. Anton Larsson via KO (punch), round 2
  • Catchweight: Ali Yazbeck def. Abbe Hussein via submission (armbar), round 2
  • Lightweight (A-klass): Martin Corney def. Anton Ringvall via TKO (punches), round 1
  • Lightweight (A-klass): Jaafer Mohammed def. Robin Kohzadi via TKO, round 2

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