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Wasi Adeshina gets his biggest win to date against the tough Luka Giorgadze

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Wasi “The Nigerian Jaguar” Adeshina fought in the co-main event of Fight Club Rush 19. Photo: Tomasz Piwinski

Featherweight’s Wasi “The Nigerian Jaguar” Adeshina and Georgia’s Luka Giorgadze just clashed in the FCR 19 co-main event.

The two physically strong fighters threw bombs from the start. After one minute, Adeshina took the fight to the floor with a perfectly timed takedown and worked from the top. Giorgadze got to his feet and showed proof of his crisp boxing before he started to work on a takedown.

Both fighters started the second round at a high pace but Adeshina seemed to land the cleaner shots. Giorgadze worked hard to get a takedown and pressed “The Nigerian Jaguar” against the fence. By the end of the round Adeshina landed a clean one-two combination that staggered his opponent.

Both fighters looked fresh at the start of the third and final round as they traded on the feet. Adeshina secured a takedown after a minute and a half and started to work from the top. He was able to control the majority of the round to win the fight via unanimous decision with 30-27, 30-27 and 30-27 on the scorecards.

“It’s more to come, I’m getting better day by day,” Adeshina said after the fight.

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Fight Club Rush 19 in Stockholm

FCR 19 takes place at Quality Hotel in Solna and marks the promotion’s third in the Swedish capital.

The card features 15 fights and is headlined by a bantamweight title bout where FCR fan favorite Hecher Sosa squares off against Tuomas Grönvall for the promotion’s vacant belt. Sosa has four straight wins going into the fight.

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