With the end of the year now in sight, the number of MMA events is trickling to a halt as organizations prepare to shut down for a few weeks. We do, though, have a big one on Saturday afternoon, with KSW 77 set to deliver 8 fights on a main card that has a pair of title fights. You can catch this online via internet PPV. Let’s quickly break down the top bouts for KSW 77 so you can get ready to bet against their KSW Odds.
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Andrzej Grzebyk Vs Oton Jasse
We get the main card rolling with a Catchweight bout between a pair of fighters in dire need of a win. Grzebyk is 18-6 overall, bur he has loss back-to-back bouts and 3 of his last 4. Jasse is coming off a win, but he is still just 2-3 in his last 5 fights. I don’t see this one going all the way, as I like Grzebyk for the KO win.
Adrian Gralak Vs Yann Liasse
After an unintentional foul, the first meeting between these Lightweight fighters ended in a No Contest. They will go again, with Gralak coming into this one with a perfect 5-0 record. Liasse has had a defeat as a pro, but he is still a very respectable 8-1 overall. I think we see this one go the distance, with Liasse getting the nod.
Bogdan Gnidko Vs Madalin Pirvulescu
Next up on the main card is a Light Heavyweight bout, with both of these fighters looking to stay unbeaten. Gnidko is a perfect 8-0, but just 1 of those wins came under the KSW banner. Privulesku is 5-0, and like his opponent, he has 1 win with this organization. This should be a brawl and I have Gnidko for the KO win.
Patryk Kaczmarczyk Vs Pascal Hintzen
The next bout id a Featherweight matchup that looks to be pretty evenly matched. Kaczmarczyk is 8-2 overall, but he could use a win after losing 2 of his last 3 fights.Hintzen started life as a pro with 7 straight wins, but he is 1-1 in his last 2. This is going to be another tough one for him, and I think he comes up short.
Daniel Rutkowski Vs Lom-Ali Eskijew
We have a really good Featherweight bout up next featuring a pair of very accomplished fighters. Rutkowski comes in with a 14-3 record and a run that has seen him win 4 of his last 5. Eskijew is 20-5 overall and on a 5-fight win streak. This should be a fin one to watch, but I have Eskijew edging it.
Ibragim Chuzhigaev Vs Ivan Erslan
The first of the two title fights is this one, which is for the Light Heavyweight Championship. Chuzhigaev is the reigning champ, going 16-5 overall after winning each of his last 7 fights. Erslan is a very respectable 12-1 overall and is unbeaten in his last 3 bouts. I like the champ to keep the belt with the KO win.
Sebastian Przybysz Vs Jakub Wiklacz
The second of the title fights is for the Bantamweight Championship, with Przybysz coming in as the reigning champion. He is 10-2 overall, including 7-1 in the KSW, and is unbeaten in his last 6. Wiklacz is 13-3-1 and on a run that has seen him win each of his last 3 bouts. I think that run ends here, though, as I like the champ by decision.
Mariusz Pudzianowski Vs Mamed Khalidov
We close the night out with a Heavyweight bout featuring one of the most popular fighters in the KSW. Pudzianowski is always a big draw and comes in with a 17-7 record, which includesa 5-fight win streak. Khalidov is 35-8-2, but he is on a run that has seen him lose 4 of his last 5. Should be a quick KO win for Pudzianowski.