KSW 50 Weigh-In Results and Preview

Poland’s top MMA promotion heads to London this weekend for their landmark 50th show, highlighted by three title fights and a heaping of Europe’s top talent.

In the Main Event, the UK’s own Phil de Fries puts his KSW international Heavyweight title on the line for his third consecutive defense against UFC veteran Luis Henrique, who replaces an injured Damain Grabowski. Henrique is coming off a questionable submission victory over Michał Andryszak at KSW 49, while the champion de Fries won a decision against Light-Heavyweight champion Tomasz Narkun at KSW 47. Both men are well-versed on the ground and have Heavyweight power in their hands, though cardio has bee a problem for Henrique in the past.

Other highlights of the historic card include an exciting catchweight 80kg fight between Welterweight champion Roberto Soldic and Michael Pietrzak, who replaces Patrik Kincl, and a high-volume affair for the interim lightweight title between Stormin’ Norman Parke and Marcin Wrzosek. A smattering of violence rounds out the card with names like Damian Janikowski and Driscus De Plessis. This card is stacked from top-to-bottom, and should be an excellent showcase for KSW’s 50th show.

The weigh-in results are listed below:

Catherine Costigan – 50kgs (110lbs)

Aleksandra Rola – 52.7kgs (116.2lbs)


J. Santos Lutterbach – 83.5 (184.1lbs)

Dricus De Plessis – 84 (185.2lbs)


Jason Radcliffe – 87 (191.8lbs)

Antoni Chmielewski – 90kgs (198.4lbs)


Tony Giles – 84.4 (186lbs)

Damaian Janikowski – 84.3 (185.85lbs)


KSW Interim Lightweight Championship

Norman Parke – 69.7 (153.6lbs)

Marcin Wrzosek – 70.2 (154.76lbs)


Michael Pietrzak – 79.2 (174.6lbs)

Roberto Soldic – 79.8 (175.9lbs)


KSW Light-Heavyweight Championship

Tomasz Narkun – 92.9 (204.8lbs)

Przemyslaw Mysiala – 92.6 (204lblbs)


KSW Heavyweight Championship

Phil de Fries – 119.4 (263.2lbs)

Luis Henrique – 115.9 (255.5lbs)


SOURCE: Official KSW Facebook stream

Author: Lance Carpenter


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