Making his KSW debut just weeks after his 20th birthday last December at KSW 41, Salahdine Parnasse (11-0-1) introduced himself in a very impressive fashion beating tough Polish fighter Lukasz Rajewski via decision. The French sensation then defeated former KSW champ Artur Sowinski at KSW 43 with a unanimous decision solidifying himself as not just a prospect but as a potential featherweight title challenger in KSW.
‘The Polish Zombie’ Marcin Wrzosek (13-4) is known to international fans for being a part of ‘Team McGregor’ on The Ultimate Fighter. After the show ended he signed with KSW in 2016 and immediately made an impact winning the featherweight title later in the year in just his second fight for the promotion. He would lose the title to Kleber Koike Erbst in his first title defense but he bounced back with win over an in-form Roman Szymanski at KSW 41.
Injury had put Wrzosek on the sidelines until now but ‘The Zombie’ has risen once again and will be aiming to hand Parnasse his first loss and work his way back towards the title.
This contest joins an already incredible pair of fights at KSW 46. The main event will see the legend Mamed Khalidov (34-5-2) face light heavyweight champ Tomasz Narkun (15-2) in a rematch of their ‘Fight of the Year’ contender from earlier this year while the co-main will see undefeated lightweight champion Mateusz Gamrot (14-0) goes for a second title as he faces submission ace Kleber Koike Erbst (24-4-1) for the vacant featherweight title.
KSW 46 will be available to watch around the world via www.KSWTV.com on December 1.