Karl Gustel Wärnberg

Karl Gustel Wärnberg är chefredaktör för Fighter Magazine. Han började följa MMA när han var 10 år, då han först såg Rallarsving på TV och började följa Pride FC med sina äldre killkusiner. Innan dess utövade han judo, har testat capoeira, fäktning, jiu-jitsu, och Muay Thai. Han har tävlat i tyngdlyftning och spelade ishockey i 10 år. På senare år har han tränat boxning, framförallt i en av Londons mest anrika klubbar: Fitzroy Lodge.

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Weekend Roundup

Another action-packed weekend is behind us, with incredible examples of fighting spirit, future champions continuing on their path to success and very few surprises. Results are disclosed.

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UFC 273 – Editor’s Predictions

Sunday’s UFC event features two title bouts and the return of the undefeated Swede Khamzat Chimaev. Our editor-in-chief has spoken to Khamzat’s manager and makes his predictions for Sunday’s three main fights.

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Writers who Fight

Some of the greatest minds throughout history have been fighters. Why did they chose to write about their experience in the ring, and what effect did it have on their thinking? Writing and fighting have seemingly always worked hand in glove. 

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Weekend Roundup

This weekend saw multiple competitions across different combat sports worthy of the attention of martial arts fans across the globe. With the return of legends, anticipated rematches and rising stars to be followed, it was understandably hard to maintain undivided attention.

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The Man who Trained Thor: Exclusive Interview with Coach Billy Nelson

Coach Billy Nelson has been travelling for the past four months. His main focus has been training Hafþór ‘The Mountain’ Björnsson for his bout with Eddie Hall, which he won last Saturday. In the past five years, Coach Nelson only has one loss amongst his fighters. He recently spoke to Fighter Magazine about coaching Thor and his wider coaching insights.

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Pugilist Profiles, Part I: Diagoras of Rhodes

Boxing fans all have their favoured fighters. We follow them and cheer them on. Often they become stars transcending the sport itself. Contemporaries may think of the likes of Muhammad Ali and Tyson Fury. But even the Ancients had their pugilist heroes. This is the story of Diagoras of Rhodes.