On April 7th ACB will host it's very first event in Bratislava,Slovakia. ACB is one of the fastest growing MMA promotions in the world. Since it's inception, just 4 years ago, ACB has hosted 82 events in countries like Russia, USA, Canada, Brazil, UAE and many more. According to Fightmatrix, ACB is currently #3 ranked promotion in the world and the league is drastically different from any other organizations. The main priority here is fair judging and competitive match-ups. The management of the league is seriously following the ethos "Less show, more fighting" and proving it with each event.
The main event of ACB 84 in Bratislava will see the local hero, Attila Vegh, fight the Spanish brawler, Daniel Jacare. It will be a serious challenge for Attila in his ACB debut. With the win he'll break into the top of the division and get in to title contention plus the victory is even more important, as he's fighting in his homeland.
Another fascinating bout of the evening is a clash between Luis Palomino and Lom-Ali Eskijew. The only Palomino's loss in ACB is to the interim featherweight champion Yusuf Raisov, and Eskiev had an outstanding debut by finishing Filipe Cruz in only 94 seconds.
Plus the return of the Austrian fighter Arbi "Monster" Agujev and a fight between the former BAMMA flyweight champion Rany Saadeh and Kazakhstan fighter Nursultan Kasymkhanov. We’ll also see Slovakian featherweight, Ludovit Klein, who will face the undefeated Austrian prospect Magomed Ozaniev.
ACB' matchmakers are always trying to make the most competitive fights and ACB 84 won't be an exception. The event will see many famous fighters and big names. ACB is already known between the russian fans as the top promotion and in 2018 the league aims to conquer the european market. ACB 84 will be a great starting point for that and definitely will make a lot of noise in the MMA society!