After Debut Win, Hermansson Demands Spot at BRAVE CF Sweden

Flyweight Malin Hermansson couldn’t have asked for a better debut at the fastest-growing MMA organization in the world. During BRAVE CF 35, the Swedish fighter scored the first stoppage win of her career when she locked in a rear-naked choke and made Ana Maria Pal tap out in the second round of their bout. Now, she wants to keep going and plans to take full advantage of BRAVE CF’s plans to take over Europe with four more events in the next four weeks.

Fighting out of Örebro, Sweden, “The Herminator” feels she has the opportunity to come back and fight at home since BRAVE CF will host the last three events of its “European Invasion” in her home country. BRAVE CF 37 is scheduled for August 1st, while BRAVE CF 38 and BRAVE CF 39 take place on August 8th and August 15th, respectively.

“I’m healthy and ready to go. It was a great evening for me but it’s in the past now. I want to make a statement. My time is now and I will not let anything come in my way. I’m going to show what Women’s MMA is all about and I’m going to steal the show in Sweden”, said Hermansson, who demanded to be included in one of the three cards that BRAVE CF will be hosting in the Scandinavian country.

With her win over Ana Maria, Hermansson improved to 5-1 as a professional fighter and is now looking to extend her winning streak to four victories and will hope to add a second straight stoppage win, perhaps in her home country of Sweden under the BRAVE CF banner once again.

VIDEO: Malin Hermansson locks in a rear-naked choke and taps out Ana Maria Pal –

Author: Robert Belen

Robert Belen is a long-time combat sports writer for dSource Boxing. An avid sports fan, he knows no fear nor partiality in his reporting. If you have a problem with him, tell it to his face. (We bid you not.) You can follow him on Twitter @robertbelen

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