KSW 76 Rajewski Vs Parnasse Betting Analysis & Predictions

KSW 76: Rajewski Vs Parnasse Betting Analysis & Predictions

Set some time aside this Saturday afternoon for another big MMA event. KSW 76 is set to begin at 1 PM EST on Saturday and is home to a 7-fight main card that includes a title fight as the headliner. You can catch the whole thing on Internet PPV, and if you plan on watching along, you might also want to place a wager or two. We are going to do all we can to help by quickly breaking down all 7 fights and picking some winners as we go. Let’s get right to it so you can bet against the KSW Odds.

KSW 76: Rajewski Vs Parnasse Predictions | MMA Betting Preview

Albert Odzimkowski Vs Henry Fadipe

We get the ball rolling with a Middleweight bout featuring a pair of fighters heading in different directions. Odzimkowski is coming in on the heels of a win, but it was a victory that snapped a 4-fight winless streak. On the flipside, Fadipe has been hot of late, winning each of his last 3 bouts. This one could go either way, but I am taking Fadipe for the KO win.

Zuriko Jojua Vs Antun Racic

Next up is a Bantamweight bout that I think will go all the way. Jojua is still relatively new to the pro fight game, but he has put together an impressive 8-1 record in the early going. Racic is much more experienced, coming into this one with a 26-10-1 record. A good test for Jojua, which I think he passes with the decision win.

Pawel Pawlak Vs Tom Breese

Another solid matchup in this one, with a pair of very good fighters locking horns. Pawlak is on a solid run of form, winning each of his last 5 fights to get to 20-4-1 overall. Breese is 15-3, a record that includes some time in the UFC, where he went 5-3. That experience should serve him well in this fight.

Maciej Kazieczko Vs Francisco Albano Barrio

We have a Lightweight bout up next and another one that looks to be rather evenly matched. Kazieczko is 8-2 overall and winner of 4 of his last 5 fights. It is much the similar story for Barrio, as he too has won 4 of 5 to get to 10-2, but he has also on 3 in a row ahead of this one. Another close one, but I am giving the slight edge to Kazieczko.

Artur Szczepaniak Vs Brian Hooi

As we move up the main card, we arrive at a Welterweight bout that might be the toughest of all to predict. Szczepaniak comes in with an 8-1 record and a run that has seen him win each of his last 4 fights. I might give him the edge here, but Hooi has some stopping power that could see him steal it with a KO win.

Adrian Bartosinski Vs Krystian Kaszubowski

The penultimate fight of the night is a Featherweight bout that features a fighter looking to maintain a perfect record. That is Bartosinski, who comes into this one with a perfect 12-0 career mark. Kaszubowski has a pretty decent 10-3 record, but those 2 losses have come in his last 5. I’m on Bartosinski for the KO win.

Sebastian Rajewski Vs Salahdine Parnasse

What we are looking at here in the headline event is a battle for the Interim Lightweight Championship. Rajewski lost last time out, but he is still 4-2 in his time with the KSW. Parnasse is 16-1 overall, which includes going 8-1 in the KSW, and looks like a clear favorite to me. I’m taking him for the submission win.

 
 

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