The MMA action starts early this weekend, with KSW 70 set to go off at 1 PM EST, with this event held in Poland. This is one that is set to stream online in the US, so be sure to get on your computer and check this one out. This may not be an organization that a lot of you follow, which is why we are here to break down the fights and see if we can nail some predictions. All in all, there are 6 fights on the main card, and while there are no title bouts, there should still be some good KSW Betting action to watch and wager on, so let’s get straight to it.
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Damian Piwowarczyk Vs Bartosz Lesko
We get the main card rolling with a couple of bruising Light Heavyweights stepping into the octagon. Piwowarczyk comes into this bout with a perfect 5-0 record, with 2 of those wins coming in the KSW and both fights ending early. Lesko has a very solid 11-2-2 record, but he is coming in off a loss and is making the move to the KSW for the first time. I like Piwowarczyk to get the win via submission.
Izuagbe Ugonoh Vs Marek Samociuk
We have the Heavyweight division up next and a pair of fighters meeting for the second time. Ugonoh is perhaps better known as a boxer, but he is also 1-1 in MMA, with that loss coming to this very opponent last time out. Samociuk has been inconsistent as a pro, posting a 3-2 record, which includes a loss in his last fight. I like Ugonoh to get his revenge here with the KO win.
Radoslaw Paczuski Vs Jason Wilnis
We have the Middleweights up next and a pair of fighters looking to defend their unbeaten records. Paczuski is 3-0 and has won each of his last 2 fights in the opening round, so he has some real stopping power to draw on. Wilnis is 2-0 and has split his wins via KO and decision, so going the distance might not be an issue. I don’t think it will go all the way, as I like Pazuski via KO.
Rafal Kijanczuk Vs Ivan Erslan
We have another Light Heavyweight bout up next, with both fighters coming into this one with very solid pro records. Kijanczuk is 11-4 overall, but he has been in good form of late, winning each of his last 3 fights, including one in the KSW. Erslan is 11-1 and is ranked #1 in this weight class in Croatia. He bounced back from his lone loss with 2 wins. I think he keeps rolling with another win here.
Daniel Omielanczuk Vs Ricardo Prasel
This Heavyweight bout serves as the co-main event of the night, and you have to say that it looks like a good one. Omielanczuk has an impressive 25-12-1 record as a pro, but he has struggled of late, losing 3 of his last 4. It is a similar story for Prasel, who has been seriously inconsistent over his last 6 bouts. I think we get a brawl here, with Omielanczuk getting the KO win.
Mariusz Pudzianowski Vs Michal Materla
We close the night out with another Heavyweight bout and one that looks unlikely to go the distance. Pudzianowski is 16-7, but he has been very good of late and come into this one on a 4-fight win streak. Materla is an impressive 31-8 and is coming into this fight having won 4 of his last 5. This should be a brawl, but I like Materla for the KO win.