KSW 61: Pudzian Vs Juras Betting Analysis

KSW 61: Pudzian Vs Juras Betting Analysis

Written by on June 4, 2021

There is another big UFC event coming on Saturday night, but while you wait for that one, there is a lot going on in MMA. That includes KSW 61, which is set for 10 AM on Saturday. It’s a 9 fight main card, so a lot of ground to cover here. Let’s get right to it so you can get ready to bet against their MMA odds.

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Michal Kita Vs Darko Stosic

A pair of Heavyweights in need of a win get the main card started on Saturday morning. Kita comes in with a 20-12-1 record and a run that has seen him win just 2 of his last 4 fights. It is a similar story for Stosic (14-4), who broke out of a 3-fight losing skid last time out. No way this goes the distance and I like Stosic with the KO.

Karolina Owczarz Vs Monika Kucinic

The women are up next for a Catchweight bout, with both fighters still early in their pro careers. Owczarz fell to 3-1 after taking the first loss of her pro career last time out, while Kucinic got a unanimous decision win in her first pro fight under the Brave CF banner. I think this might go the distance, with Owczarz getting the win.

Jakub Kamieniarz Vs Adam Niedzwiedz

Next up is a Welterweight bout featuring a pair of fighters struggling with consistency. Kamieniarz is 9-7, but he has won 3 of his last 5 fights, although the last one was a loss. It is basically the exact same story with Niedzwiedz, with his overall record sitting at 7-4. An evenly matched fight here, but I have Niedzwiedz winning by submission.

Damian Stasiak Vs Andrey Lezhnev

This Featherweight bout is similar to many on the main card in that both fighters need a win. Stasiak is coming off a win last time out, but it is only his second in the last 5 fights. Lezhnev is coming off a draw in his last bout to fall to 2-2-1 in his last 5 and 19-9 overall. I’m on Stasiak here, but I think it might go the distance.

Roman Szymanski Vs Donovan Desmae

It’s the Lightweights up next, featuring a pair of fighters with very similar stats. Szymanski is 13-6 and looking to bounce back from a loss that dropped him to 3-2 in his last 5 fights. It is the same story with Desmae, who has 1 more career win than his opponent at 14-6. Another one that could go all the way, with Szymanski edging it.

Przemyslaw Mysiala Vs Ivan Erslan

It’s experience versus raw ability in this Light Heavyweight bout. Mysiala has been around the block and has compiled a very respectable 24-10-1 record, although he has lost 2 of his last 3. Erslan is 9-1 and looking to bounce back after taking the first loss of his pro career. I think he does that with the KO win in this one.

Tomasz Romanowski Vs Patrik Kincl

We head into the prime events of the night with this very good Welterweight matchup. Romanowski is 13-7 overall, but he is in good form, having won each of his last 4 fights. Kincl is more experienced, coming in at 23-9 and also on a 4-fight win streak. This should be a good one, but I think Kincl will be just too much to handle.

Salahdine Parnasse Vs Filip Pejic

The co-main event of the night is a Featherweight bout between two very solid fighters. Parnasse saw his winning streak broken with a loss last time out, but he is still a very good 14-1-1 in his career. Pejic is 15-4-2 and coming off a win after losing 2 in a row. This has all the makings of a very decent fight, but I have Parnasse taking it by decision.

Mariusz Pudzianowski Vs Lukasz Jurkowski

After a loaded main card, we finally arrive at the main event, which is a bruising Heavyweight battle. Pudzianowski is 14-7 and the winner of his last 2 fights after previously losing 2 in a row. Jurkowski is in a win one lose one streak and is currently sitting at 17-11 overall. I think we are looking ata KO win here, and I believe it will be Pudzianowski that gets it.