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Swedish Rankings: Top 10 middleweights in Sweden



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Swedish MMA rankings. Photo: Patrik Persson, Käftsmällspodden and via Instagram (@jackthejokermma)

The Official Swedish MMA Rankings is the only ranking system focusing on Swedish MMA, with rankings for each pro division, as well as unique amateur’s pound-for-pound rankings.

Let’s take a look at middleweight, a weight class that has the most internationally accliamed fighters.

Holding the No. 1 spot is undefeated UFC star Khamzat Chimaev who will take on former champion Robert Whittaker in a title contender bout. The fight is arguably the hardest to date for Chimeav.

At No.2 we find another UFC fighter in Jack “The Joker” Hermansson, who alternated wins and losses  against top opponents over the past years.

Enterting the top 10 is Dennis Fränberg who made his pro debut in style with a viral first-round KO at AFN 6.

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Swedish MMA rankings – Middleweight (185 lbs – 83,9 kg):

  • 1. Khamzat Chimaev
  • 2. Jack Hermansson
  • 3. Andreas Gustafsson
  • 4. Robin Roos
  • 5. Khaled Laallam
  • 6. Robin Enontekiö
  • 7. Nabbe Malki
  • 8. Dennis Fränberg *NR
  • 9. Enes Kollari +1
  • 10. Danijel Grbic -1

The Official Rankings are determined by an overall assessment of each individual fighter’s ability, performances, merits, results, level of opposition and recent activity.

Swedish athletes, MMA fighters with close ties to Sweden, fighters residing in Sweden and/or representing Swedish gyms as well as champions of Swedish fight promotions are eligible to be ranked.

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