Welterweight Title Fight: Ville Räsänen (8-3) vs Gustavo Picone (13-2): WW title fight might not have as renowned fighters in it as the other title fights, but it might end up to be a very exciting ground fight.
In summary: Someone is going to get submitted in this fight. Räsänen has finished 7 of his 8 wins by submission while Picone has gone 8 submissions in 13 wins. Hopefully this fight turns out to be an exciting and versatile ground fight that will appeal to the educated MMA fans in the audience.
Lightweight Title Fight: Jarkko Latomäki (17-6) vs Ivan Buchinger (14-2, Slovakia): Finland’s Jarkko “Forging Hammer” Latomäki defends his Cage Lightweight Championship belt against the tough Slovakian Ivan “Buki” Buchinger in a fight that isn’t going to the scoring cards.
In summary: I believe that there is no way that this fight will not end up on the ground. Both guys excel in the grappling department of MMA, so it would feel like a waste of talent if they'd decide to just slug it out on the feet. Latomäki probably has the advantage in wrestling, so it possible that he’ll get the top position in this fight. Buchinger has a slick guard game and will surely come prepared to fight off his back.
Featherweight Title Fight: Tom Niinimäki (14-5) vs Sergej Grecicho (8-3): Finland’s Tom “Stoneface” Niinimäki defends his featherweight belt against the Lithuanian submission machine gun Sergej Grecicho.
In summary: Grecicho’s striking is his weakest point, which is why he usually does whatever it takes to get the fight to the ground. He likes to play from the bottom, so he doesn’t mind much about the position he ends up in. In some of his previous fights he has also shown that conditioning isn’t one of his strengths. Grecicho has already submitted three tough Finns, all by triangle, so I’m sure Niinimäki knows not to play with fire. Niinimäki has a strong background in striking arts, so I think he will most definitely try to keep this one on the feet, at least in the begin of the fight when both guys are dry and Grecicho is most dangerous. I also believe there will be a significant size difference between the two. While Grecicho isn’t that big for the 145 pound weight class, Niinimäki was nicknamed “185 pounds” by his team mates, so I feel like I don’t need to explain this matter any further. This should be a super exciting fight and an interesting clash of styles.