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Superior Challenge 26: Legends – Fight card, start time & how to watch



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Karl Albrektsson will headline Superior Challenge 26. Photo: Johnathon “Sweep” Michael

On Saturday November 4, Superior Challenge 26 returns with one of the best cards in a long time.

The card is headlined by a light heavyweight title fight where reigning champion Ederson Macedo will defend his strap against Swedish Bellator veteran “King” Karl Albrektsson.

The co-main event will feature a middleweight title bout where Robin “Pretty Boy” Roos takes on Kevin Fryer. The Swede has three stoppage wins in the promotion, while former Bellator fighter Fryer will make his promotional debut.

Nikolija Molisevic makes her pro debut

The event also marks the pro debut of reigning IMMAF world champion Nikolija Molisevic who will take on Cecilie Bolander in a Scandinavian derby.

Over the past few years, Molisevic has been one of the absolute best amateur fighters in the world, crushing her opponents, while Bolander is undefeated as a pro with two first-round submission wins.

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Superior Challenge 26: Legends – Fight card

The card will be streamed by Viaplay, starting at 19:00 CET.

Main card

  • Light heavyweight title bout: Ederson Macedo (c) vs Karl Albrektsson
  • Middleweight title bout: Robin Roos vs Kevin Fryer
  • Welterweight bout: Mohamed Zarey vs Carlos De Souza
  • Middleweight bout: Khaled Laallam vs Diego Dickson
  • Women’s bantamweight bout: Cecilie Bolander vs Nikolija Molisevic


  • Bantamweight bout: Ali Yazbeck vs Elves Oliveira
  • Welterweight bout: Joachim Tollefsen vs Jonno Mears
  • Flyweight bout: Sebastian Gonzalez vs Nauzet Perdomo

* Fight card is a subject of change.

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