Flott Oslo

With the first round of fights done for the SFC, the Oslo Masai gym is sitting at a record of 5 and 1, the lone loss coming from Ike Bennett. But before we dive too deep, if you understood the title, you probably speak Norwegian… or you google translated that shit. Oslo as a gym, was the first to fill out its roster immediately signing big names like The Gate Keeper, and Dom Mazzeti. Meanwhile secondary fighters Navy Bean and Ralph Manningham are looking to develop their game to a whole new level. Finally rounding out the signed roster is Ike Bennett who is looking to take a bit longer to perfect his craft. The future is bright for Oslo, with plenty of fighters still out on the free market, Oslo has the golden opportunity to become the largest gym in the early history of the SFC. More affiliated fighters means more stability in the long run. The only other gym that tries to compete with Oslo right now is the Boston Alliance, but time will tell how this early competition between the two gyms will pan out.

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2 Comments on this post.
  • StackTheRacks12
    13 October 2020 at 2:28 pm


  • jRuutu
    14 October 2020 at 4:10 am

    I have said it before and I’m going to say it again, meet us Allience guys whenever – wherever, and lets have a little donnybrook without all these roles and shit.

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