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Featherweight barn burner added to FCR 14 as Robert Nyström faces Wasi Adesina

Fight Club Rush has become renowned for exciting fights with a high chance of a finish - the latest booking all but guarantees that the judges wont be needed.

On the 26th of November Fight Club Rush 14 goes down at Västerås Arena - where featherweight finishers Robert "Fat Bobby" Nyström (6-7) and Wasi "The Nigerian Jaguar" Adesina (2-2) are set to lock horns.

Nyström is a product of Halmstad Kampsport and balances being a father and teacher with delivering some of the most exciting finishes on the Scandinavian featherweight scene.

Fighting professionally since October of 2015, all of Nyströms wins have come via finish (five via submission) and he has only been to the judges twice in thirteen fights. Five out of six wins have been secured in the first round and he has faced the likes of Fernando Flores and Markus Rytöhonka.

"Fat Bobbys" most recent win was a vicious knockout over Hamid Sadid in October of last year. Since then was defeated via submission by rising Finnish prospect Ville Mänkinen.

Adesina is known as an incredibly durable fighter with fight-ending knockout power. He lost his pro debut against British grappling ace PK Zadeh via decision in August of 2020. Following that he was disqualified after a controversial sequence in which he was deemed to have kneed a downed opponent in the head.

Following the back to back losses Adesina made his FCR debut against Polish standout Eryk Walecki. The two battled back and forth with "The Nigerian Jaguar" landing the harder and better shots on a very game Walecki. Adesina won the exciting bout via unanimous decision.

In his latest outing Adesina welcomed Allstars Training Centers Sakhi Qambari to the pro leagues. The first round was as action packed as a fight can get, with both fighters landing devastating shots. In the end Adesina pulled through, scoring a second round TKO finish.

Regardless of which fighter gets his hand raised a true thriller of a fight is all but guaranteed.


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