GDANSK, 19 May 2019 – It was a good night for Croatian fighters in action last night at KSW 49 in Poland.
Top Croatian mixed martial art fighter Roberto Soldić needed just 85 seconds to defend his KSW welterweight title on Saturday night in Poland.
Soldić defended his title against Krystian Kaszubowski at KSW 46 in Gdańsk last night with an explosive early knockout after connecting with a left hook. Kaszubowski was previosuly undefeated.
Soldić, known as ‘RoboCop, now has 16 career wins in the KSW and 14 via KO. Soldić trains at the UFD Gym in Dusseldorf Germany which is owned by Croatian brothers Ivan & Tomi Dijakovic.
Another Croatian fighter, Antun Račić, also won his fight on last night’s card, beating Poland’s Pawela Polityla by split decision in the bantamweight category.
— KSW (@KSW_MMA) May 18, 2019