As we head into the holiday season, we will be seeing a lot of sports organizations go into hibernation for a couple of weeks. Before we get to that break, though, we have a busy weekend of MMA action ahead of us. There is a big one set to go on Saturday morning, with the KSW about to deliver an 8-fight main card that includes a couple of title fights. That’s a lot to cover, so let’s jump right into the action and check our KSW Betting analysis.
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Adam Niedzwiedz Vs Miroslav Broz
We get the evening started with a Welterweight bout that features a pair of fighters in vary degrees of form. Niedzwiedz is 8-4 overall, but he has taken a pair of losses in his last 5 fights. Broz has been in much better form, winning 4 of his last 5 fights to move to 12-3 overall. I think this one goes the full 3 rounds, with Broz getting the win.
Michal Kita Vs Marek Samociuk
The big men are next into the octagon for a bruising Heavyweight bout. At 41, Kita is in the waning days of his career and is the loser of 2 in a row and 3 of his last 5 to fall to 20-13-1. Samociuk is still fairly new to the world of pro fighting, coming into this one with a 3-1 record. This will not go the distance, as I like Kita for the KO win.
Anita Bekus Vs Magdalena Sormova
The women are up next for a Strawweight bout, with both fighters a little unpredictable of late. Bekus has had a tough time putting together back-to-back wins and is now sitting at 4-2. Sormova had the better record at 11-3, but 2 of her losses have come in the last 5 fights. I like Sormova to get the win here, but she will need to go the distance to get it.
Damian Piwowarczyk Vs Marc Doussis
Next up is a Light Heavyweight bout that features a pair of fighters looking to maintain their perfect pro records. Piwowarczyk is 4-0 and has only had to go the distance once in his 4 pro fights. Doussis is a perfect 7-0 and has made a habit of getting the job done quickly. This should be a good one, but I have Piwowarczyk winning by submission.
Roman Szymanski Vs Mateusz Legierski
Next up we have a Lightweight bout that has one fighter looking to build on an unbeaten record. Szymanski comes into this bout with a 14-6 record and a 3-2 record over his last 5 fights. Legierski is a perfect 7-0 to start his career with a mixture of KO’s and going the distance. I like Legierski to get the decision in this one.
Damian Stasiak Vs Lom-Ali Eskijew
We have a pair of Featherweights up next, with both looking to keep their win streaks alive. Stasiak is 13-7 and comes into this one having won each of his last 2 after a bit of a poor streak. Eskijew is the winner of 3 in a row, a run that has taken his pro mark to 18-5. This is a fantastic matchup and one that I like Eskijew to win by decision.
Daniel Torres Vs Salahdine Parnasse
The co-main event of the night is the first of 2 title fights, with this one for the Featherweight bet. Torres comes in as the champion and is the winner of 4 in a row, which has his overall record at 12-4. Parnasse bounced back from a loss with a win last time out, which puts him at 15-1-1 overall. I like Parnasse to leave the octagon as the new champ.
Mamed Khalidov Vs Roberto Soldic
It’s a Middleweight title fight that serves as the headline event of the night. Khalidov broke out of a 3-fight losing skid to win last time out, but he is going to have a tough time holding on to his belt. Soldic is 19-3 overall and is coming into this bout on a 6-fight win streak. I think he extends that streak with a KO win here.