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Samuel Bark wins with a massive first-round TKO: “I want to represent Sweden in the UFC”



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Swedish MMA fighter Samuel Bark took another big win at Superior Challenge 25 in Stockholm. Photo: Stefan Romare – Frontkick

Swedish sensation Samuel “Sammon Decker” Bark just fought his sixth fight in ten months as he took on Jerry Kvarnström from Finland at Superior Challenge 25.

Bark started with a flying knee before the fighters clinched up against the cage. The Swede landed some knees and secured a good takedown. On the ground, Bark took control and landed heavy elbows from the top that cut his opponent on top of the head.

With 1.30 left of the round, the referee had seen enough and stopped the onesided fight.

“I wanted a cleaner finish, I was a bit stressed. A clean finish is when he is unconscious,” Bark said in the post-fight interview.

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Samuel Bark: “I want to represent Sweden in the UFC”

With the win, which was his fourth straight, Bark moved to 7-1 as a professional MMA fighter and took another step against his goal.

“I want to represent Sweden in the UFC,” Bark said after the fight.

A few weeks back, the 30-year-old Swedish featherweight finished Manny Akpan at Cage Warriors 146 in London.

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