It’s time to fire up the laptop and get online for a great MMA event on Friday afternoon. KSW 75 is set to go at 1 PM EST on Friday and you can go online and watch it all on PPV. There are no title fights to be found in this one, but the main card has 6 fights that should be fun to watch. Most of the fighters taking part in this one are highly ranked in their individual regions, so these matchups are all about moving up the rankings and getting noticed. We are going to take a moment to break down all 6 fights, with KSW Betting predictions for each, so let’s get to it.
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Madalin Pirvulescu Vs Adam Tomasik
We get the main card started with a Light Heavyweight bout between a pair of fighters who have combined for just 1 career loss. Pirvulescu is a perfect 4-0 coming into this one and had yet to go beyond Round 1 in any fight. Tomasik does have a loss to his name, but he is still an impressive 6-1 in the early part of his career. All his fights have ended inside the distance, but I think he will be on the wrong end of a KO finish on Friday.
Luis Henrique da Silva Vs Tomasz Narkun
Next up is a Heavyweight bout between a pair of experienced fighters with finishing ability. Da Silva is 18-8 overall and has gone 3-2 in his last 5 fights, which includes wins in each of his last 2. Narkun has been heading in the opposite direction, losing 2 in a row and 3 of his last 5 to fall to 18-5 overall. I think Narkun snaps out of his slump with a submission win in this one.
Yann Liasse Vs Adrian Gralak
We have a Catchweight bout set to go next and two very good fighters stepping into the octagon. Gralak is unbeaten in the early part of his pro career, going 5-0 and seeing 4 of those fights go the distance. He is a slight underdog against Liasse, who is 8-1 overall and who comes into this bout on a 4-fight win streak. I think this one goes all the way, with Liasse getting the nod.
Oleksii Polischuck Vs Adam Soldaev
The next fight on the main card is a Featherweight bout, with both fighters in a rich vein of form. Polishchuck is 10-3 overall and comes into this one having won 3 in a row and 4 of his last 5. He will be up against it versus Soldaev, who has reeled off 6 straight wins after taking a loss in his first pro bout. I’m on Soldaev for the KO win.
Michal Martinek Vs Daniel Omielanczuk
Next up is the penultimate fight of the night and the co-main event between a pair of bruising Heavyweights. Martinek is 10-3, but 3 of his losses have come in his last 4 fights. He is on the slide, but not as badly as Omielanczuk, who has lost 3 in a row and 4 of his last 5 to fall to 25-13-1. I like Martinek for the KO win here.
Robert Ruchala Vs Damian Stasiak
We close out the main card with a Featherweight bout that features a fighter trying to maintain a flawless record. That would be Ruchala, who comes into this one sitting at 7-0 as a pro. Stasiak is 13-8 and is coming off a loss, his 2nd defeat in his last 4 fights. This looks like another straightforward win for Ruchala.