KSW 74 De Fries Vs Prasel Betting Analysis & Predictions

KSW 74: De Fries Vs Prasel Betting Analysis & Predictions

If you are looking for some MMA action this weekend, you certainly have plenty of events to choose from. The KSW has a major event, which has a title fight as the headliner, set to go on Saturday afternoon at 1 PM EST. There are 7 fights on the main card, all of which you can catch via internet PPV. We have a lot of ground to cover, let’s jump right into previewing and prediction the fights so you can bet against their KSW Odds.

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Cazry Kesik Vs Tomasz Romanowski

We get the event started with what looks to be a very good Middleweight bout. Kesik is an impressive 13-2, but both of his losses have come in his last 3 fights. Romaowski is 16-8 overall and is in good form, as he has won each of his last 3 and 4 of his last 5. Form aside, I like Kesik to get the KO win.

Emil Weber Meek Vs Kacper Koziorzebski

We have a pair of Welterweights stepping into the octagon next, both of whom need a win. Meek is in particularly rough shape, as he has lost each of his last 4 fights to fall to 9-6 overall. Koziorzebski is coming off a win, but that snapped a 2-fight losing skid. I think Meek breaks out of his slump with a win here.

Sophia Bagishvili Vs Anita Bekus

The ladies are up next for a Strawweight bout that looks pretty evenly matched. Bagishvili started life as a pro with 5 straight wins before taking a loss, which she bounced back from with a win. Bekus is 6-2 overall and comes into this one having won 3 in a row. I like this one to go the distance, with Bekus getting the nod.

Werlleson Martins Vs Pawel Politylo

Another great looking fight up next, with these Bantamweight fighters also looking evenly matched. Martins is 16-5 overall, but he is coming off a loss that snapped a 3-fight win streak. Politylo comes in on the heels of a win that took him to 7-3 overall. Bit of a coin flip here, but I am taking Politylo by decision.

Darko Stosic Vs Michal Kita

We all love a rematch, which is what we are getting with this Heavyweight bout. Stosic won the last time he faced Kita, ending it in Round 1, but he has been 1-1 since. The loss to Stosic is part of a run that has seen Kita now lose 3 of his last 4 fights. I think that Stosic will win by KO again, although perhaps not as quickly this time out.

Tom Breese Vs Damian Janikowski

The Middleweights step into the octagon for the co-main event of the night. Breese is 14-3 overall and while he is coming in on the heels of 2 straight wins, he has lost twice in his last 5. Janikowski is 7-4 overall, but like his opponent, he does have a pair of losses in his last 5 fights. I like Breese to come away with the KO win.

Phil De Fries Vs Ricardo Prasel

We close the night out with a battle for the KSW Heavyweight Championship and a fight that might be over quickly. De Fries comes in as the defending champion and is on the board as a huge favorite after winning 9 in a row. Prasel is 13-3 overall and winner of 2 in a row, but he looks in over his head here. I like De Fries for the KO win.


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