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The Official Swedish Female Amateur Pound-for-Pound Rankings



Female amateur pound-for-pound rankings. Photo via BoB, FCR and Instagram (@astridvikgren)

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.

The Female amateur pound-for-pound rankings is topped by Millie Eriksson, who will make her professional debut on Saturday’s Fight Club Rush 20. Former IMMAF World Cup gold medalist Eriksson will face Finnish veteran Maiju “Mountain Momma” Suotama.

At No. 2 we find grappling specialist, and Swedish National MMA Team fighter, Astrid Vikgren who alternates contests in BJJ and MMA. Vikgren will face Sara Nurmi at Battle of Botnia on June 8.

The rankings also feature newcomer Nadja Eriksson who made her comeback last year after more than five years out of action. In her last fight she defeated Ida Rääf at Battle of Botnia 9.

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Female amateur pound-for-pound rankings

  • 1. Millie Eriksson +1
  • 2. Astrid Vikgren +1
  • 3. Emma Schiöler +1
  • 4. Ellen Karlsson +1
  • 5. Nadja Eriksson *NR
  • 6. Bianca Kristensson
  • 7. Isra Alshairawi
  • 8. Yrsa Sandin
  • 9. Jessica Andersson
  • 10. Ida Rääf

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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