Saturday kicks off at Noon EST if you are an MMA fight fan, as we have KSW 62 coming live from Warsaw, Poland. There are a ton of big fights here, with no less than 9 bouts on the main card. With so much ground to cover, let’s jump right into previewing each of those fights, with predictions for each so you can place your bets against their MMA odds.
KSW 62: Kolecki Vs Szostak | MMA Betting Preview
Marcin Krakowiak Vs Borys Borkowski
The evening begins with a Middleweight bout that sees one of these fighters trying to maintain a perfect record. Krakowiak is sitting at 10-3 and comes into this fight having won 2 in a row after losing back-to-back fights. For Borkowski, this is all about building his career and maintain his perfect start, which has seen him win each of his first 3 fights. I think Krakowiak gets it done inside the distance.
Gilber Ordonez Hulia Vs Lom-Ali Eskijew
This Featherweight bout looks, if we are being honest, a little one-sided. Hulia has a good pro record, sitting at 10-2 through his first 12 fights, but those 2 losses have come recently as he moves up the rankings. Eskijew is 17-5 and while he has been a little up and down of late, he comes into this one on the heels of 2 straight wins. I like Eskijew for the early round KO win.
David Martinik Vs Lemmy Krusic
It’s always fun to see and up and comer go against a veteran, which is what we get with this Bantamweight bout. Martinik is 4-2 in his short pro career and is looking to bounce back after losing last time out. That’s not going to be easy against Krusic, who is 20-7 and winner of 3 of his last 4. I think this one goes the distance, with Krusic getting the win.
Tomasz Sarara Vs Vladimir Toktasynov
This Heavyweight bout is really nothing more than a coin flip for bettors, as it features a pair of fighters with just 1 pro fight between them. Toktasynov has that lone fight, which he ended up losing. My coin flip lands on Sarara with the KO.
Michal Michalski Vs Adrian Bartosinski
Next up is what looks to be an intriguing Welterweight bout between a pair of in form fighters. Michalski has won each of his last 3 fights, taking his record to 9-4 in the process, while also ending a losing skid. Bartosinski has looked very good in his pro career, winning all 10 of his fights to this point. I think he makes it 11 here.
Andrzej Grzebyk Vs Marius Zaromskis
The Welterweights are next is what promises to be a very quick fight. Grzebyk is looking to bounce back after losing his last fight to fall to 17-4 in his pro career. It’s a loss that many see as a minor setback. Zaromskis is 23-9 and has won 2 in a row, but he looks to be up against it here. I like Grzebyk to get the job done quickly.
Pawel Politylo Vs Bruno Santos
Next up is a Bantamweight bout that looks destined to go the distance. Poitylo is 6-2 and comes into this one after back-to-back wins and victories in 4 of his last 5 fights. Santos is 9-2 and looking to get back to winning ways after losing last time out. A good fight on tap here, but I have Santos getting the win by decision.
Artur Sowinski Vs Sebastian Rajewski
The penultimate fight of the night is a Lightweight bout between a pair of very good fighters. Sowinski might need this one more, as he is coming off a loss and is now 2-2 in his last 4. Rajewski, on the other hand, has been in decent form and has won 4 of his last 5. Good form or not, I still like Sowinski to get the win.
Szymon Kolecki Vs Akop Szostak
The headline event of the evening is a Light Heavyweight bout that features a pair of powerful fighters. Kolecki is a solid 9-1 in his career and comes in on the heels of 3 straight wins. Szostak is unpredictable at best and is 4-3 at this point in his pro career. This should be, on paper at least, a comfortable win for Kolecki.