Another exciting match up was just announced for Fight Club Rush 19 – which goes down at Quality Hotel Solna in Stockholm on February 24th. A middleweight bout between Enes Kollari and Brayan Aspegren is now official for the event, yet another Sweden vs Finland fight.
Kollari fights out of Gothenburg and has had success as an amateur including, amongst other achievements, amateur wins over Robin Enontekiö and Rafael Kveldstad. In his pro debut last fall Kollari faced two-time Swedish champ Danijel Grbic, losing a hard-fought decision in a thrilling fight. Standing at 0-1 Kollari now hopes to secure his first win as a pro.
Aspegren also has impressive amateur merits as a former representative of the Finnish National MMA Team and is 2-0 as a pro. The Finn defeated Davit Gujejiani via second round submission in his pro debut and followed up with a first round TKO win over Ebrima Faal last fall.
Current Fight Club Rush 19 lineup
Fight Club Rush 19 will take place on February 24 at Quality Hotel in Stockholm. The event is the promotion’s third in the Swedish capital.
The card features a bantamweight title fight where Tuomas Grönvall takes on Hecher Sosa for the vacant strap. We will also see fan favorites like Wasi Adeshina and Raymond Johansson.
At the moment the FCR 19 fight card looks like following*
- Bantamweight title bout: Tuomas Grönvall vs. Hecher Sosa
Welterweight bout: Nabbe Malki vs. Mika Kallio
- Featherweight bout: Wasi Adeshina vs. Luka Giorgadze
- Featherweight bout: Raymond Johansson vs. Waltteri Häkkinen
- Featherweight bout: Kevin Osorio vs. Abdulaziz Husein
- Welterweight amateur bout: Linus Jönsson vs. Sebastien Keti
- Lightweight bout: Erik Wahrolen vs. Baysangur Makaev
- Lightweight amateur bout: Simon Ekbäck vs Max Håkansson
- Middleweight bout: Enes Kollari vs Brayan Aspegren
* Fight card and bout order is a subject of change.
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