KSW 68: Parnasse Vs Rutkowski Betting Analysis & Predictions

KSW 68: Parnasse Vs Rutkowski Betting Analysis & Predictions

If you are looking for something to keep you occupied ahead of the latest UFC Fight Night, might we suggest the KSW 68 event? This one started at noon EST on Saturday and can be viewed online. There are 7 fights on the main car, which includes a title bout as the headliner. A lot of ground to cover here, so let’s take a closer look at all the fights, with predictions included for each so you can bet against their KSW Odds.

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Tomasz Romanowski Vs Michal Pietrzak

We start things out with a Catchweight bout between a pair of very good fighters. Romanowski comes in with a 14-8-0 record and has 4 wins in his last 5 fights, with his last 2 ending early. Pietrzak is 10-4-1 overall and has also been solid of late, winning 5 of his last 6. This has all the makings of a close fight, but I have Pietrzak edging it.

Yann Kouadja Vs Rafal Kijanczuk

We have a Light Heavyweight bout up next and another one that looks to be very evenly matched. After losing 4 in a row to fall to 2-4, Kouadja appears to have turned things around, coming into this fight having won 6 in a row. Kijanczuk has also been putting things back together, winning 2 in a row after a small losing skid. A close one, but I have Kijanczuk winning by KO.

Tommy Quinn Vs Albert Odzimkoski

This is an interesting one in that we have a pair of Middleweight fighters heading in very different directions. Quinn is the winner of 2 in a row, taking his overall record to 9-5-0, while Odzimkoski comes into this fight having lost each of his last 3 fights. Even on that run, I think Odzimkowski is still the stronger of the two, which is why I am on him to get the decision.

Damian Janikowski Vs Tomasz Jakubiec

Next up, we have a Middleweight bout that features a fighter sitting in the top 10 in Poland. That would be Janikowski, who comes into this fight on the heels of a loss that dropped him to 6-4 overall. Jakubiec is 10-3 and saw a solid win streak come to an end with a loss in his last fight. I like Janikowski to take this one by KO.

Patryk Kaczmarczyk Vs Michal Domin

This Featherweight bout is the first of the night that looks to be a little one-sided. Kaczmarczyk comes into this one on the heels of a loss, the first of his pro career, seeing him fall to 7-1 overall. Domin is 4-2 and has struggled to find any sort of consistency. I think that trend continues here, as I think Kaczmarczyk gets the job done quickly.

Ricardo Prasel Vs Michal Kita

The penultimate fight of the night sees the big boys step into the octagon for a Heavyweight bout. Prasel is 11-3 overall, but he has been a little bit unpredictable of late. Kita is 21-13-1 and on a run where wins have been tough to come by, although he did get the W last time out. I don’t see any way this goes the distance, with Kita getting the KO win.

Salahdine Parnasse Vs Daniel Rutkowski

What better way to close out the night than a fight for the KSW Featherweight Championship. Parnasse comes in as the champion and brings with him an impressive 16-1-1 career mark. Rutkoski is no slouch, though, coming in with a 13-2 record and a very solid run of recent form. I like the champ to retain his belt, but he may need to go the distance to do so.

 
 

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