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Royal Arena 1 was a mixed martial arts event held in Brøndby Hall, Copenhagen. The main card was broadcasted live on TV 2 Sport (Denmark)[1] and the undercard was streamed live on the website of the Danish tabloid newspaper Ekstra Bladet [2].

Background

The show featured the semifinal matches in Royal Arena's middleweight tournament. The final would later be cancelled because Mikkel Parlo left the organisation, to fight in Bellator Fighting Championships [3].

Mikkel Guldbæk was scheduled to fight Nicolas Dalby but was replaced by Acoidan Duque, due to a knee injury [4].

Nicolas Gozzi was scheduled to fight Sorin Prunar but was replaced by Jonathan Svenson, due to an elbow injury.

Main card

  • Middleweight tournament bout: Denmark Mikkel Parlo vs. Denmark Marcin Tondryk
Parlo defeated Tondryk via TKO (Kick to the body & punches) at 02:06 of round 1.
Carlsen defeated Osei via KO (Punches) at 01:46 of round 1.
Dalby defeated Duque via unanimous decision at 05:00 of round 3.
Truscek defeated Rosfort-Nees via unanimous decision at 05:00 of round 3.

Undercard

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Wojciech Antczak
Christensen defeated Antczak via submission (Rear naked choke).
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Ales Jezisek
Chanda defeated Jezisek via submission (Guillotine choke).
  • Lightweight bout: Sweden Jonathan Svensson vs. Denmark Nicola Gozzi
Svensson defeated Gozzi via unanimous decision at 05:00 of round 3.
  • Middleweight bout: Sweden Marcus Carnefjord vs. Denmark Phillip Fortuna
Fortuna defeated Carnefjord via submission (Rear naked choke).


External links

See also

References

  1. Uforudsigelig fight ved MMA-event. tv2sport.dk (February 10, 2012).
  2. MMA-stævne sendes live på ekstrabladet.dk. Ekstrabladet.dk (March 8, 2012).
  3. MMA: Mikkel Parlo får amerikansk kontrakt. Ekstrabladet.dk (March 12, 2012).
  4. Dalbys forberedelser. Fightfan.dk (March 7, 2012).
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