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Spanish star Hecher Sosa to face English grappler Aaron Robinson in bantamweight battle

While Fight Club Rush was made to showcase Nordic MMA talent that hasn't stopped prospects from around Europe to showcase themselves on the premiere MMA scene in Scandinavia. That is evidenced by the latest fight booking which will see Spain's Hecher Sosa (6-1) face British prospect Aaron Robinson (5-3).

The two will square off at FCR 18 in Västerås on November 25th and is expected to take place on the main card.

Sosa is a shining prospect with a slew of fine credentials. With thee gold medals in the Spanish National MMA Championships as well as gold in the IMMAF African Open as well as bronze medals both World and European championships, Sosa has no shortage of medals to hang up.

The Spaniard made his pro debut in February of 2020, lining up two straight wins via finish. Sosa would then make his FCR debut, on short notice, and against none other than Swedish champ Jonny Touma. Sosa put on a furious pace, winning via first round knockout.

The performance sealed both victory as well as a contract with FCR. Sosas following bout with Karlen Minasian would end in a KO loss, after rushing in somewhat carelessly into a striking exchange.

Since then Sosa has remained perfect, winning three straight bouts. Two of those victories took place in FCR, most recently over Danish top prospect Frederik Skov Strauss.

Robinson is an exciting prospect out of Liverpool, who trains alongside the likes of Hexagone MMA featherweight champ Dean Garnett and undefeated UFC phenom Muhammad Mokaev.

A BJJ black belt who has been competing as a pro since 2016, Robinson has built up a reputation for exciting fights as well as a 100% finishing rate in his wins.

Robinsons only losses have been to the likes of current Cage Warriors champion Shajidul Haque and seasoned Irish talent Blaine O'Driscoll. As it stands today Robinson has won three out of his last four fights, every victory being secured in the first round.

While FCR 18 shaping up to be one of the best in the promotions history, a dash of international flavour will surely only make the event even sweeter.


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