KSW 67 took place Saturday evening from Warsaw, Poland, and it proved to be a wild night filled with knockouts, finishes, and impressive debuts.
Heavyweight champion Phil De Fries (21-6) secure his sixth title defense with a dominant win against dangerous power-puncher Darko Stosic (16-5). De Fries used his size and power to his advantage and repeatedly took Stosic to the mat until it was too much for the Serbian. This victory marked De Fries’ ninth win in a row.
In the co-main event, Adrian Bartosinski (11-0) kept his undefeated record intact with a slick kneebar submission win over rival Andrzej Grzebyk (18-5).
Elsewhere on the card, Igor Michaliszyn (9-2), Dawid Śmiełowski (9-0), and Adam Soldaev (6-1) each secured impressive knockout victories, and Yann Liasse (6-1) made history to become the first person from Luxembourg to compete in KSW!
KSW 67 is available to watch on-demand right now on www.KSWTV.com!
KSW 67 Results
KSW Heavyweight Title
Champion Phil De Fries (21-6) def. Darko Stosic (16-5) via TKO (punches/exhaustion), round 5, 3:40.
Adrian Bartosiński (11-0) def. Andrzej Grzebyk (18-5) via submission (kneebar), round 2, 0:33.
Catchweight 80 kg/176 lb
Igor Michaliszyn (9-2) def. Idris Amizhaev (11-5) via TKO (elbow), round 1, 1:06.
Catchweight 68.5 kg/151 lb
Dawid Śmiełowski (9-0) def. Filip Pejic (15-7-2) via KO (punches), round 3, 4:52.
Adam Soldaev (6-1) def. Pascal Hintzen (7-1) via knockout (punch), round 1, 3:19.
Zuriko Jojua (8-1) def. Shamil Banukayev (7-2) via submission (armbar), round 3, 1:57.
Borys Borkowski (4-1) def. Arkadiusz Kaszuba (3-1) via TKO (elbows), round 1, 3:55.
Catchweight 73 kg/161 lb
Yann Liasse (6-1) def. Oskar Szczepaniak (2-1) via unanimous decision (29-28 x 3).
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