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Magnus Cedenblad

35-Year-Old     UFC     Middleweight     14-5-0

STATUS:  Out   INJURY:  Undisclosed    EST. RETURN:  12/1/2017
Birthdate:  April 10, 1982     Height:   6'0    

March 28, 2017    Magnus Cedenblad News

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RotoWire Fantasy Analysis

Cedenblad has withdrawn from his fight against Chris Camozzi at UFC Fight Night 109 in Stockholm, Sweden on May 28.

Cedenblad had been on a roll with four straight victories prior to a loss to Jack Marshman in November. The reason for his withdrawal is unknown at this time, but Trevor Smith is currently in line to step in as a replacement opponent for Camozzi.

Magnus Cedenblad: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

Cedenblad lost to Jack Marshman via TKO (punches) at 3:32 of round 2 at UFC Fight Night on Saturday in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

Fantasy Analysis

After getting dropped in the first minute of the fight, Cedenblad recovered nicely and scored a takedown. From the top, he did good work and appears to wear out Marshman. However, in the second round, Marshman was much more in control. Late in the round, Cedenblad absorbed a hard three-punch combination that dropped him. From there, it was clear Cedenblad was done and the referee stopped the fight. This was the Swedish fighter's first loss since his UFC debut in 2012.
Cedenblad defeated Garreth McLellan via TKO (strikes) at 0:47 of Round 2 at UFC Fight Night on Sunday in Rotterdam, Netherlands.

Fantasy Analysis

After dropping his UFC debut to Francis Carmont in April 2012, Cedenblad has now run off a streak of four straight wins. His outing on Sunday was his first fight in more than a year and a half, but the time away from the octagon certainly didn't impact his performance in any way. Cedenblad dominated on the feet, easily using his length to win every striking exchanging. The Swede's age (34) limits his ceiling somewhat, but he has shown enough to get a bit better opponent his next time out.