Sweden’s premier Muay Thai promotion returns for an epic night of action on Saturday night.
Empire Fighting Series will stream live via pay-per-view, featuring many of Sweden’s top Muay Thai fighters.
The 11-bout card features three preliminary bouts, five main card bouts and three super fights, all contested under full Muay Thai rules.
The headline bout will see Kim Falk face off against former Swedish champion Filiph Waldt, who will make his long-awaited return after an injury layoff.
Sanny Dahlbeck, arguably one of Sweden’s greatest Muay Thai fighters of all time, will return to action this weekend.
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After two years out of action, Dahlbeck made his comeback when he defeated Swedish national team representative Jonathan Larsson at AK Fighting Championship in December 2019.
He will now return to domestic action again to take on Robbie Daniels in one of the featured super fights at Empire Fighting Series.
How to watch Empire Fighting Series?
The pay-per-view live stream event will be aired via the Empire Fighting Series website.
The event will go live on Saturday 10th April, scheduled to begin at 3.25pm. Tickets are available to purchase at 349 SEK / approximately €34.
See the full fight card for Empire Fighting Series ‘Virtual Reality’ below;
- Lisa Mattsson vs Alline Torquato (54kg)
- Johanna Persson vs Lauren Kertesz (51kg)
- Peter Rispling vs Robin Sundlöf (64kg)
- Viktoria Lauenstein vs Sara Matsson (63.5kg)
- Nasim Kazem vs Kenny Hong (67kg)
- Emma Stonegård vs Angela Mamic (71kg)
- Jonathan Zeray vs Sayed Rohullah (57kg)
- Reber Alwand vs Dennis Georgsson (91kg)
- Sanny Dahlbeck vs Robbie Daniels (71kg)
- Costas Nanga vs Christopher Bajo (81kg)
- Kim Falk vs Filiph Waldt (63.5kg)