FNC 15: Slo Rocky faces Žgela in front of the home crowd, a rematch from Pula, and a featherweight title bout

FNC 15 is coming to the Slovenian capital, Ljubljana, on March 30th, to the Arena Stožice, setting the stage for an event that promises to be the prelude to the best year yet

He impressed everyone at the last event of the previous year, and after Miran 'Slo Rocky' Fabjan (38, 3-2) triumphed against Tomislav 'The Beast' Spahović (33, 8-7) at FNC 14 in Sarajevo, he will now lead the first Fight Nation Championship event in 2024. in his home city.

FNC 15 is coming to the Slovenian capital, Ljubljana, on March 30 at the Stožice Arena, promising an exciting start to the best year yet. Alongside Miran, the event will feature the legend of the regional MMA scene, Bojan 'Želva' Kosednar (40, 12-15), facing Serbian fighter Aleksandar Janković (29, 15-12-1). This bout is a rematch six months after 'Želva' suffered a thumb injury in the second round in the Pula Arena, resulting in Janković winning by technical knockout.

Also, featherweight champion Jordan 'The Lord' Barton (30, 8-3-1) will defend his title for the first time nearly a year after winning it at FNC 11 in the Zagreb Arena, where he knocked out Daniel Bažant (32, 7-6) in the first round. Originally scheduled to fight Rony 'Jason' (39, 17-10-1) for the title last year, that match was postponed, and Barton will now face Itay 'Farmer' Tratner (23, 8-5-1).

Following victories against Ivan Sičaja (29, 3-1) and Bažant, the Israeli fighter will have the opportunity to claim the organization's title. Tickets for the event can be purchased HERE.

FNC 15 - Ljubljana

Main event - Light heavyweight -93 kg
Miran Fabjan (Slovenia) - Mario Žgela (Croatia)

Co-main event - Featherweight championship fight -66 kg
Jordan Barton (England) - Itay Tratner (Izrael)

Welterweight -77 kg
Bojan Kosednar (Slovenia) - Aleksandar Janković (Serbia)

Bare knuckle -80 kg
Uroš Jurišić (Slovenia) - Joelson Nascimento (Brazil)

Catchweight -82 kg
Ivica Trušček (Croatia) - Marko Vardjan (Slovenia)

Heavyweight -120 kg
Milenko Stamatović (Montenegro) - Josip Matković (Croatia)

Welterweight -77 kg
Jan Berus (Slovenia) - Jovan Kandić

Lightweight -70kg
Dino Suljkanović (Slovenia) - Demahmet Sinani (Kosovo)

Light heavyweight -93 kg
Andres Ramos (Slovenia) - Vladimir Hajek (Slovakia)

Welterweight -77 kg
Anže Vujčić (Slovenia) - Ibraim Mandev (Bulgaria)

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