KSW 50: Kincl out of Soldić fight

MMAHIGHLIGHTED 10.09.2019 19:38h Author:

Soldic vs Pietrzak

KSW welterweight champion Roberto Soldić (16-3) has received a new opponent ahead of KSW 50 this Saturday night at The SSE Arena, Wembley. Former Polish wrestling champion Michal Pietrzak (8-3) will step in for the injured Patrik Kincl (arm) and the fight against Soldić will now be a non-title fight contest at an 80kg catchweight.

Pietrzak comes in on late notice and brings with him a very impressive grappling pedigree. With national wrestling and no gi grappling titles to his name, Pietrzak is widely seen as one of the best grapplers in Poland. He enters KSW on a three-fight-win-streak on the Polish MMA scene and with arguably nothing to lose as he faces one of KSW’s biggest stars in Roberto Soldić.

At just 24-years-old Roberto Soldić (16-3) has already earned himself one of the fiercest reputations in the sport and is known as one of the brightest prospects in all of MMA. The heavy-hitter has an incredible fourteen wins via TKO/KO and an overall finishing ratio of 94%. The Croatian joined KSW in 2017 and won the welterweight title in his first fight with a one-sided win over former long-time champ Borys Mankowski. His past three fights have all ended in devastating KO finishes including taking less than ninety seconds to dispatch of the previously undefeated Krystian Kaszubowski in his last title defence.

KSW 50 takes place this Saturday live from The SSE Arena, Wembley in London, England. Tickets are available through  Ticketmaster and AXS. The event is available to watch globally on  KSWTV.

KSW 50 Fight Card

September 14th 2019
The SSE Arena, Wembley
London, England
Live on KSWTV

Main Event
KSW Heavyweight Title
Champion Phil De Fries (17-6) vs Luis Henrique (12-5)

Co-Main Event
KSW Light Heavyweight Title
Champion Tomasz Narkun (16-3) vs Przemyslaw Mysiala (23-9-1)

Interim KSW Lightweight Title
Norman Parke (27-6-1) vs Marcin Wrzosek (14-5)

80kg Catchweight
Roberto Soldić (16-3) vs Michal Pietrzak (8-3)

Damian Janikowski (3-2) vs Tony Giles (6-1)

90kg Catchweight
Antoni Chmieleski (32-17) vs Jason Radcliffe (15-7)

Dricus Du Plessis (12-2) vs Joilton Santos (30-7)

Aleksandra Rola (2-0) vs Catherine Costigan (6-2)