Hartvig, the undefeated fighter from Gothenburg, faces Nikoloz Gvajava (6-0, 6 KOs) in a six–round welterweight contest. Gvajava, from Tbilisi, Georgia, holds a perfect record of six knockout wins from as many fights, and will provide stern test for Hartvig, who returns following a second-round KO victory over Valeri Karelidze last month in Copenhagen.
Malmo’s super lightweight talent Berghult takes on Croatia’s Kristina Boras (1-4). Berghult, a former amateur star, made her professional debut at the Nordic Fight Night in Nyköping in December, outpointing Sara Marjanovic. The 21 year-old will be aiming for a second victory against the 18 year-old Boras in Stockholm.
Hernandez is the final name on the undercard. The 33 year-old bantamweight from Stockholm started her pro career with a unanimous points decision over Kimberly Tomes in November, and is back against an as yet unconfirmed opponent.
The fighters join a star-studded Swedish line up in Stockholm, which features Erik Skoglund against the tough South African Ryno Liebenberg, WBC World Champion Mikaela Lauren defending her title against Ivana Habazin, Kara Svensson in a rematch with Lucia Morelli, Anthony Yigit taking on Chris Goodwin, Oscar Ahlin versus Patrick Mendy and the heavyweight showdown between Otto Wallin and Irineu Beato Costa Junior.
Tickets for the Nordic Fight Night on April 23 at the Hovet in Stockholm are available online via www.globearenas.se and www.AXS.com, by calling (+46) 0771-31 00 00 and from the Stockholm Globe Arenas Box Office.