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Top 10 MMA welterweights in Sweden

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The Official Swedish MMA Rankings was recently updated. Let’s take a look at the most internationally stacked weight class – welterweight!

On top of the list we find UFC star Khamzat Chimaev who comes from a win against former UFC welterweight champion Kamaru Usman at UFC 284.

Holding the No. 2 spot is former PFL champ Sadibou Sy who fell short in the latest PFL finals. The striking specialist scored the PFL knockout of the year with a crazy spinning wheel kick finish.

On spot No. 3 we find ONE Championship fighter Zebaztian Kadestam who stopped hype-train Roberto Soldic with an impressive second-round TKO in May. “The Bandit” is currently on a three-fight winning streak in ONE, with all fights coming via stoppage.

The list also features fighters like Andreas “Real Steel” Ståhl, who is the welterweight champion in both Superior Challenge and Battle of Botnia, and FCR bulldozer Andreas “Bane” Gustafsson, who also competes in middleweight. Gustafsson was awarded with ‘Fight of the Year’ at UFC Fight Pass for his insane clash with Toni Lampinen at FCR 16 in May.

Check out the full welterweight rankings below!

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Official Swedish MMA Rankings – Welterweight (170 lbs – 77,1 kg)

  1. Khamzat Chimaev
  2. Sadibou Sy
  3. Zebaztian Kadestam
  4. Andreas Ståhl
  5. Oliver Enkamp
  6. Andreas Gustafsson
  7. Christian Stigenberg
  8. David Jacobsson
  9. Christopher Bajo
  10. Rostem Akman

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