KSW 67: De Fries Vs Stosic Betting Analysis & Predictions

KSW 67: De Fries Vs Stosic Betting Analysis & Predictions

Right now, Eastern Europe is a mess. But although Russia invaded Ukraine and the war has begun, KSW 67 should still take place in Warsaw, Poland. The main event pits heavyweight champion Philip De Fries versus Darko Stosic. The pre-main event is a 170 pounds weight class throw down between #3 Andrzej Grzebyk and #4 Adrian Bartosinski. Check out more info and KSW Betting picks for those two fights as well as four other bouts on the KSW 67 card.   

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KSW 67 De Fries vs Stosic Fight Info

  • When: Saturday, Feb. 26 at 9:00 am ET
  • Where: Hala Global EXPO, Warsaw, Poland
  • TV/Streaming: KSWTV.com Live PPV  

Adam Soldaev vs Pascal Hintzen

Soldaev lost his first pro bout. That happened way back in 2015. Since then, he’s won 5 straight to bring his record to 5-1.

On Saturday, Soldaev takes on a seriously talented fighter. Pascal Hintzen began his MMA career in 2018. He’s won 7 straight. Hintzen’s favorite moves appear to be the triangle choke and guillotine choke. But Soldaev can win with power, he’s knocked out an opponent via punches, or via submission, making Soldaev the one to back.  

KSW 67 Pick: Adam Soldaev 

Filip Pejic vs Dawid Smielowski 

Pejic has a 15-6 record. He’s also got a ton of power as evidenced by 10 knockout victories. Pejic’s other victories have come via submission, 3, and via decision, 2.

Smielowski is 8-0. Dawid has won 6 of his bouts via KO or TKO. He won the other 2 via submission, which means he’s going to go right after Pejic from the opening bell. Give Smielowski the edge. 

KSW 67 Pick: Dawid Smielowski   

Igor Michaliszyn vs Idris Amizhaev 

8-2 Igor Michaliszyn doesn’t have as much power as Idris Amizhaev. Michaliszyn has won 2 fights via KO or TKO.

5 of Amizhaev’s 10 wins have come via knockout or technical knockout. Michaliszyn does have a decent ground game, but so does Amizhaev. This should be a great bout. Idris’ power should be the difference. 

KSW 67 Pick: Idris Amizhaev 

Ivan Erslan vs Caio Bitencourt  

Ivan Erslan is a seriously talented fighter. He’s 11-1 with 7 KO victories. What makes Erslan so difficult to beat is that he’ll use whatever strategy he must to win. 

If he doesn’t think he can knockout his opponent, Erslan will go ahead and fight for a decision victory. Caio Bitencourt is 14-7. The Roxo Strike Team fighter is a straight up brawler. 12 of his wins have come via KO or TKO. Backing Bitencourt make sense.   

KSW 67 Pick: Caio Bitencourt    

Andrzej Grzebyk vs Adrian Bartosinski  

18-4 with 11 knockout or technical knockout victories, Andrzej Grzebyk is a fearsome opponent. The #3 KSW middleweight is 10-1 in his last 11 bouts.

The lone loss happened via  leg injury in a fight against Marius Zaromskis. If not for the leg injury, Grzebyk would be on an 11 fight win streak.

Adrian Bartosinski is undefeated at 10-0. The #4 ranked contender has won 9 of his bouts via knockout or technical knockout. Bartosinski is solid, no doubt, but he’s 2 inches shorter than Grzebyk. Also, Andrzej is the vastly more experienced fighter.  

KSW 67 Pick: Andrzej Grzebyk   

Philip De Fries vs Darko Stosic 

Champions Philip De Fries is not only 20-6, but he’s got a 4 inch height advantage over Darko Stosic. De Fries hasn’t lost since 2017, a string of 6 victories

Stosic has a 16-4 record. He’s won 3 straight, which gives him a shot to take the belt from De Fries. Before the 3 fight win streak, though, Stosic had lost 3 straight. De Fries has the edge. 

KSW 67 Pick: Philip De Fries


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