KSW 63: Soldić vs. Kincl Betting Analysis & Predictions

KSW 63: Soldić vs. Kincl Betting Analysis & Predictions

In the world of MMA, it is the UFC that basically dominates, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t find quality events elsewhere. This Saturday afternoon, the KSW has a big event, which is billed as “The Crime of the Century” set to go at Noon EST. It is a 5-fight main card that includes a title fight as the headline bout of the day. If you have plans to watch the UFC on Saturday night and want a little taste of MMA action ahead of time, what better way to get the ball rolling that by checking this one out. We are going to take a closer look at the main card, with predictions for all 5 fights coming your way so you may bet against the KSW odds.

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Darko Stosic Vs Michal Andryszac

The main card kicks off with a pair of bruisers stepping into the octagon for a Heavyweight duel. Stosic, who is 15-4, took a stumble by losing 3 in a row, but he has clawed his way back nicely by winning each of his last 2 fights. For Andryszac, this fight is all about recovering his form, as he is on a run that has seen him lose 3 of his last 5. I don’t see this one making it all the way to the finish, as I have Stosic winning by KO.

Aleksandar Rakas Vs Tomasz Romanowski

This Welterweight bout looks to be a very good one, with both of these fighters looking to bounce back after taking a loss. Rakas comes into this one with a 16-8 record, and while he did lose last time out, that defeat came on the heels of a 4-fight winning streak. It was much the same story for Romanowski, who was on an 8-fight undefeated run before losing his last outing. A great matchup here, but I like Romanowski for the win.

Pawel Pawlak Vs Damian Janikowski

It is the Middleweights who are up next, with one of these fighters looking to maintain a very solid run of form. Pawlak is 18-4-1 overall and has gone 4-0-1 over his last 5 fights. A great record, but he does tend to go the distance to get the job done. Janikowski recently went through a rough patch, losing 3 of 4, but he has steadied the ship and won each of his last 2 fights. I think that run comes to an end here, as I like Pawlak for the win.

Antun Racic Vs Jakub Wiklacz

This is a fantastic Bantamweight matchup, as both of these fighters are ranked in the top 5 in the weight class in Poland. Racic is the #2 ranked fighter, sitting at 25-9-1 overall, and he will be looking to bounce back after a loss last time out. Wiclacz is moving up the rankings nicely and sits at #4, which is no surprise when you consider that he has won 7 of his last 8 fights. This one should go all the way, with Racic getting the decision.

Roberto Soldic Vs Patrick Kincl

The main event of the night is a Welterweight title bout that sees the champion move back to this weight class after some Middleweight bouts. This is the 2nd time that Soldic has held the belt and he comes into this fight looking to defend it after winning 5 in a row. Kincl is 24-9 and has earned this shot after going on a run that has seen him win 5 in a row, with 4 of those inside the distance. A good challenger, but I am om Soldic for the KO win.

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