KSW 76 will take place this Saturday, November 12th, live from Grodzisk Mazowiecki in Poland and will be available for fans worldwide to watch on KSWTV, the KSW app, and numerous broadcast partners around the world.
The KSW 76 gala will take place this weekend in Grodzisk Mazowiecki, with some exciting duels waiting for us.
On November 12, in Grodzisk Mazowiecki, the featherweight champion, Salahdine Parnasse, will cross gloves with Sebastian Rajewski, and the stake in this duel will be the temporary light category championship belt. See the fight announcement on the evening of the KSW 76 gala. Here is everything you need to know below:
KSW 76 Start Time:
- Date: November 12, 2022
- Broadcast Time 7pm CET | 6pm GMT | 1pm ET | 10am PT
KSW 76 How To Watch Live:
KSW 76 is live from 6 pm Irish time on Saturday, and access can be purchased at KSWTV or on the ViaPlay subscription service in select countries.
Live Stream: KSW 76 Live Broadcast (it’s free)
KSW 76 events are now exclusively available on Viaplay in the United Kingdom, Poland, the Netherlands, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia.
Viaplay (monthly subscription cost – PLN 34, available in Poland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Estonia, the Netherlands, Latvia, and Lithuania)
in other KSWTV countries (PLN 40)
KSW 76 Fight Card:
Interim-KSW Lightweight Title
Salahdine Parnasse (16-1, France) vs. Sebastian Rajewski (12-7, Poland)
Adrian Bartosinski (12-0, Poland) vs. Krystian Kaszubowski (10-2, Poland)
Pawel Pawlak (20-4-1, Poland) vs. Tom Breese (15-3, UK)
Brian Hooi (18-8, Netherlands/Curaçao) vs. Artur Szczepaniak (8-1, Poland/Belgium)
Maciej Kazieczko (8-2, Poland) vs. Francisco Barrio (10-2, Argentina/Croatia)
Antun Racic (26-10-1, Croatia) vs. Zuriko Jojua (8-1, Georgia)
Albert Odzimkowski (12-6, Poland) vs. Henry Fadipe (12-9-1, Ireland/Nigeria)
Gracjan Szadzinski (9-4, Poland) vs. Valeriu Mircea (26-8-1, Moldova/Italy)
Marek Samociuk (4-2, Poland) vs. Filip Bradaric (5-4, Croatia/Germany)
KSW 76 Preview:
Now he fights previous championship candidate Rajewski, who pushed Ziolkowski for five rounds at KSW 71 in June. The famous Polish fighter was on a three-fight winning streak before the title bid and is the brother of previous Parnasse opponent Lukasz Rajewski.
Salahdine Parnasse (16-1) steps up to lightweight to face Poland’s Sebastian Rajewski (12-7) in the main event for the KSW interim lightweight title. The 24-year-old French phenom was scheduled to face Marian Ziolkowski for the championship, but the champ was forced to withdraw due to a knee injury.
In the co-main event of KSW 76, undefeated Adrian Bartosinski (12-0) will face off against previous championship candidate Krystian Kaszubowski (10-2). The winner here will advance to compete for the vacant KSW welterweight championship.
Pawel Pawlak (20-4-1) meets top UK fighter Tom Breese (15-3) in a big middleweight clash, the Netherlands’ Brian Hooi (18-8) faces Belgium-based Pole Artur Szczepaniak (8-1) in a Benelux battle, and former lightweight contender and KO artist Maciej Kazieczko (8-2) meets multiple Pan American medalist Francisco “Croata” Barrio (10-2).
KSW 76 returns to our screens this Saturday with a fantastic night of fighting. Grodzisk Mazowiecki, a city roughly 40 minutes southwest of Warsaw, will host KSW 76. There will be nine KSW MMA bouts, including one for an international KSW championship.
Salahdine Parnasse (16-1) is on the hunt for history. The Frenchman held the KSW 76 Featherweight Championship and was scheduled to meet champion Marian Ziókowski. However, the Golden Boy was forced to withdraw due to injury. The interim KSW 76 Lightweight Championship is on the line in the main event.
The Parisian is a walking wonder, a great technical attacker with superb footwork and cardio to last all day. His distance control is exceptional. When it comes to completing bouts, it is usually through submission after winning on the feet. Look out for the Atch Academy man’s incredibly smooth rear naked choke. In their title fight at KSW 71, Sebastian Rajewski (12-7) gave Ziókowski a tough fight, with the judges scoring 48-47 in favor of the champion. Rajewski specializes in Sanda, a type of Chinese kickboxing.
The Pole’s striking style is comparable to that of his opponent, with outstanding footwork and technique that outpoints most opponents. His high head kick is his crucial weapon that threatens to end battles. The Czerwony Smok guy has been working hard on the wrestling mat with Mateusz Gamrot and Borys Makowksi to improve his grappling skills. This is an intriguing stylistic battle; both men have similar strengths, and we’ll see who is better at incorporating them into game plans on the night.
We’ve been graced with one of the best welterweight clashes on the planet, which should serve as a title eliminator for Roberto Soldi’s belt. Adrian Bartosiski (12-0) is one of the best talents on the team, and he’s destroyed anybody who has fought him. The Octopus ód man is a whirlwind of violence on the feet, with bludgeoning punches and savage elbows that send everyone and everything into the land of wind and ghosts.
He used to end fights with armbars and chokes, so the Pole is no slacker on the ground. Barto is a shining celebrity in Europe. Krystian Kaszubowski (10-2) is the newest man in charge of stopping the oncoming train. The Mighty Bulls Gydnia man has his own powerful punch. The 28-year-old also enjoys clinch elbows and combines his hitting with a dominating top wrestling game. Cardio is not an issue for Tczew. There’s a lot at stake between these two contenders.
Speaking of Soldi’s vacated belts, another title eliminator will occur in the middleweight class. Pawe Pawlak (20-4-1) looks like he’s straight out of a Hitman video game and acts like it. The Octopus ód guy is always on the offensive, pushing the activity. The Pole is a volume striker that will overwhelm you over the course of fifteen minutes.
One of his most valuable assets is his endurance, and he’s never been stopped inside the striking distance. After Bartosz Leko suffered an injury, Tom Breese (15-3) stepped in on the short notice. The Levels Fight League MW champion is a member of Team Renegade. The Englishman is a high-level Jiu Jitsu black belt with a strong jab and one-stop shot strength.
He comes from a gym where Leon Edwards won the UFC MW title (Leon has a win over Pawlak), and Jake Hadley won his first UFC fight over the weekend. Breese’s main strength is his submissions, which include guillotines, arm triangles, and rear naked chokes. Both men have competed in the UFC and have only lost against tremendous talent, so they are well prepared to comprehend the stakes in this one.
Brian Hooi (18-8) made one of the most memorable KSW debuts, defeating Micha Pietrzak through first-round elbows at KSW 72. The Dutchman is a flamboyant kickboxer with a lengthy resume. Head kicks, elbows, and punches, the man isn’t into boredom and is only interested in finishing it as soon as possible.
We have a Benelux derby with Artur Szczepaniak (8-1) training out of Belgium. The Pole excels in all elements of MMA. He’s quick on his feet and can grapple effectively. His only loss came at the hands of Benoit Saint-Denis of the UFC. The more this fight goes on, the more Szczepaniak benefits. Hope will be on the lookout for early theatrics.
Maciej Kazieczko (8-2) is a knockout artist in the kickboxing ring. The power of the Ankos MMA warrior lasts the entire fifteen minutes of combat. In Pozna, the Pole has been working hard on his wrestling.
His two defeats were to Ziókowski and Gracjan Szadziski, and as he enters his prime, he’ll be eager to demonstrate that he’s capable of competing at the highest level. Francisco Barrio (10-2) is a Pan-American medalist in Greco-Roman wrestling. His victories are mainly won through submissions, with guillotines and rear-naked chokes being his main threats.
If you let him wrestle with you on the fence, you’re in for a long night. The Argentine trains are currently departing Croatia from ATT Zagreb. He has formerly trained out of SBG Ireland. A great hitter vs a terrific grappler an age-old story.
This card contains a small hidden gem. Antun Rai (26-10-1) is a former KSW BW champion back in the ring after winning at EMC 9 in April. The Croatian trains at Düsseldorf’s renown UFD Gym, which has housed the likes of Roberto Soldi and Abus Magomedov. The previous champion is a solid striker with a good wrestling game to keep things interesting. He doesn’t win many battles, but his cardio allows him to go the distance.
His only drawback is that he is prone to getting into close fights that can go either way. Zuriko Jojua (8-1) is one of Georgian MMA’s rising stars. The Octopus ód man is likewise an allrounder, most likely with a wrestling advantage. Regarding finishes, submissions are most common, despite his excellent power. His armbar is his most powerful weapon. A victory will propel him to the top of the rankings.
Henry Fadipe (12-9-1) will fly the Irish flag at the weekend. The Fantom MMA fighter is a kill-or-be-killed combatant. He will charge out of the gate with punches, kicks, and elbows aimed only at knocking his opponent out. Excitement is assured. Albert Odzimkowski adores Fadipe and never fails to put on a show.
The Radom resident is a black judo belt with a smooth boxing style. His kickboxing is devastating, and he enjoys using his knees. The Pole has a lot of experience and can get the job done no matter where the fight goes. Odzimkowski just defeated Tommy Quinn of Ireland, so he has a taste for shattering emerald hearts. Albert can be spotted at the commentary desk for the Polish ViaPlay broadcast when he is not inside the KSW 76 cage. Keep your eyes closed.