KSW 66: Ziolkowski Vs Mankowski Betting Analysis & Predictions

KSW 66: Ziolkowski Vs Mankowski Betting Analysis & Predictions

What better way to get your Saturday started than with an MMA event that has 8 fights on the main card, topped by a pair of title fights? That is what you will get with KSW 66, which is set to go at noon EST on Saturday. There is a ton of ground to cover here, so let’s jump right in and check our KSW Betting preview all 8 fights on the main card of KSW 66: Ziolkowski Vs Mankowski.

KSW 66: Ziolkowski Vs Mankowski | MMA Betting Preview

Gracjan Szadzinski Vs Francesco Morrica

We get the main card rolling with Catchweight bout featuring a pair of fighters on a spotty run of form. Szadzinski comes in on the heels of 2 straight losses that have dropped him to 8-4-0. On the flipside, Morrica has gone 2-1-1 in his last 4 fights to fall to 9-5-1 overall. I like Szadzinski to get back to winning ways with a KO win.

Michal Materla Vs Jason Radcliffe

Both of these Middleweights have been around the block, and both come in with solid pro records. Materla is 30-8, but he has been a little up and down of late, going 3-2 in his last 5 fights. Radcliffe is the winner of 4 of his last 5 fights, taking his career record to 17-8. This is an evenly matched bout, but the slight edge goes to Materla.

Wojciech Janusz Vs Przemyslaw Dzwoniarek

We have a Light Heavyweight bout up next, with a relative newbie getting a stern test. Janusz is 10-7. But he is in a poor run of form, losing 2 in a row and 3 of his last 5 fights. Dzwoniarek started his pro career with a loss, but he has bounced back with 3 straight wins. Janusz should be the favorite here, but watch out from a KO blow from Dzwoniarek.

Sebastian Rajewski Vs Niklas Backstrom

This Lightweight bout has all the makings of a great one, as these two are very evenly matched. Rajewski has won 4 of his last 5 fights to get to 11-6 overall, while Backstrom is looking to bounce back after taking a loss that snapped a 3-fight winning streak. I think this one goes the distance, with Rajewski getting the nod.

Lukasz Rajewski Vs Donovan Desmae

We have a Lightweight bout up next and a pair of fighters heading in very different directions. Rajewski is on a bit of a hot streak, winning 3 in a row to take his overall record to 11-6. Thigs are not so good for Desmae, who has lost back-to-back fights and 3 of his last 5. I need to stay with the hot hand and take Rajewski to win.

Tomasz Romanowski Vs Krystian Kaszubowski

Before we get to the title fights, we have a Catchweight bout that once again looks to be very evenly matched. Romanowski is 14-8 and has been good of late, winning 4 of his last 5 fights. Kaszubowski comes into this one on the heels of a loss, dropping to 9-2 in the process. Both men have stopping power, but I like Romanowski by decision.

Tomasz Narkun Vs Ibragim Chuzhigaev

The first title fight of the night is for the Light Heavyweight crown, with Narkun coming in as the defending champion. He is 18-4 overall, but 2 of those losses have come in his last 4 fights, so is he there for the taking? Chuzhigaev earned his title shot by going on a 6-fight win streak that took him to 15-5. A tough one, but I have Narkun by submission.

Marian Ziolkowski Vs Borys Mankowski

The headline event of the night is a battle for the Lightweight Championship, with Ziolkowski defending his belt. Ziolkowski is 23-8-1 overall and comes into this one having won 4 of his last 5, including 2 in a row. Mankowski snapped out of a losing skid and won 3 in a row ahead of this one. I see this one going the distance, but I think the champ retains the title.

 
 

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