Musoke vs. Sadollah At UFC Stockholm

Welterweights Nico Musoke and Amir Sadollah have agreed to step into the Octagon at UFC Fight Night Stockholm on October 4th at the Globe Arena.

With just one month until tickets go on sale for the highly anticipated UFC Fight Night Stockholm on 4th October at the Globe Arena, UFC today announced the first confirmed bout which sees Nico Musoke take on Amir Sadollah.

The welterweight bout is an exciting first announcement to the fifth live event for UFC EMEA and will be greatly received by UFC fans all over the world with Swede Musoke taking on The Ultimate Fighter Series 7 champion Sadollah in his hometown.

Musoke, from Botkyrka in the capital city of Stockholm, lost his last fight to Kelvin Gastelum in June but recorded two straight wins previous to that against Viscardi Andrade and Alessio Sakara, leaving him with a 12-3-0 record and seven first round finishes.

Amir Sadollah (7-4-0) returns to the Octagon after a two year absence with his last outing being a loss against Dan Hardy back in 2012. One of very few fighters to have exclusively fought inside the UFC, October 4th will be the third time Sadollah has represented the organisation in Europe.


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