The MMA action gets started early on Saturday, with the KSW delivering a big event starting at Noon EST. There are 9 bouts on the card, including a tittle fight that is oddly listed as a co-main event instead of the headliner. That’s a lot of ground to cover. Let’s get right to it so you can get ready to place your bets against the KSW odds.
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Sylwia Juskiewicz vs Karolina Owczarz
The main card begins with a ladies catchweight bout, with both women looking to overcome recent defeats. Juskiewicz is coming in off a loss and is 2-2 in her last 4 to fall to 9-6 overall. Owczarz won her last fight after taking her first pro loss and will look to get on another win streak. I think she does it, as I like her to win by decision.
Adam Tomasik Vs Oumar Sy
We have a pair of Light Heavyweights putting their unbeaten records on the line in the next bout. Tomasik is 5-0 and has never had to go beyond the 2nd round to this point. Sy is 4-0 and has been similarly explosive, so we can perhaps expect some fireworks here. I am taking Sy to take the win via KO.
Cezary Kesik Vs Marcin Krakowiak
It’s always interesting to see how a fighter bounces back after their first career loss and we will see that here in this Middleweight bout. After a 12-0 start to his pro career, Kesik lost last time out and is looking to bounce back against Krakowiak, who is on a 3-figght win streak after going through a minor slump. I like Kesik to get back to winning ways.
Albert Odzimkoswky Vs Jason Radcliffe
This Middleweight bout sees both fighters try to shake off a defeat and get back to winning. Odzimkoswsky is 11-6 but is on a run that has seen him lose back-to-back fights. Radcliffe saw a 3-fight win streak come to an end with a loss last time out, dropping him to 16-8. A good matchup here, but I have Radcliffe winning by KO.
Michal Pietrzak Vs Shamil Musaev
Next up we have a Welterweight bout that features one fighter putting an impressive unbeaten record on the line. Pietrzak comes in with a 10-4 career mark and 4 wins in his last 5 fights. Musaev is the fighter with the perfect record, going 15-0 ahead of this one. I like Musaev to keep his streak alive, but he might need to go the distance to do it.
Robert Ruchala Vs Patryk Kaczmarczyk
We have another pair of unbeaten fighters stepping into the octagon for this Featherweight bout. Ruchala is 5-0 and has won each of his last 3 fights inside the distance. He will go against Kaczmarczyk, who is 7-0 and more likely to go the distance when he fights. I see this one going all the way, with Kaczmarczyk getting the nod.
Daniel Rutkoswki Vs Filip Pejic
This is the first of 2 co-main event fights on the evening, with a pair of Featherweights going head-to-head. After losing his first 2 pro fights, Rutkoswki comes into this one having won 12 in a row. Pejic, who is 15-5-2, is going in the opposite direction after losing 3 of his last 4. I’m all over Rutkoswki in this one.
Sebastian Przybysz Vs Bruno Santos
The second co-main event of the night is actually for the for the KSW Bantamweight Championship, with Przybysz looking to defend his belt. He is 8-2 overall and is on a 4-fight win streak at the moment. Santos is 10-2 and has won 4 of his last 5 fights, but this is a tough test for him. I like the champ to retain the belt with a decision win.
Mariusz Pudzianowski Vs Serigne Ousmane Dia
The big boys will take to the octagon to close out the night in a Super Heavyweight bout. Pudzianowki is 15-7 and comes into the main event having won 3 in a row. This is a bit of a step up for Dia, as this will be just his 3rd pro fight, although he did win his first 2 in convincing style. Gotta go with experience here and take Pudzianowski for the KO win.