Croatia’s Roberto Soldić (20-3) won his second KSW title at KSW 65 on Saturday evening, December 18, from the Gliwice Arena in Gliwice, Poland, with a knockout victory over the legendary Mamed Khalidov (35-8-2).
KSW 65 took place at the Gliwice Arena in Glwicie, Poland, on Saturday evening, December 18. The main event boasted one of the best match-ups in European MMA history with a Champion vs. Champion Superfight.
Roberto Soldić (20-3) secured legendary status in the promotion with a second round KO over the legendary Mamed Khalidov (35-8-2). With this result the Croatian now claims Champ Champ status in KSW, holding both the KSW welterweight and middleweight titles.
Watch the Knockout here: https://youtu.be/Z9J_
Watch Post-Fight Interview here: https://youtu.be/
In the co-main event, Salahdine Parnasse (16-1-1) regained the featherweight title with a unanimous decision victory over rival Daniel Torres (12-5). The Frenchman had a point to prove in this bout having dropped the title to Torres at the beginning over the year and he certainly banished the demons of that loss with this victory.
Croatian & Balkan fans can watch the event on-demand for the next 72hours on www.KSWTV.com.
KSW 65 Results
KSW Middleweight Title
Roberto Soldić (20-3) def. Mamed Khalidov (35-8-2) via KO (punch), round 2, 3:40.
KSW Featherweight Title
Salahdine Parnasse (16-1-1) def. Daniel Torres (12-5) via unanimous decision (50-45, 49-46, 48-47).
Lom-Ali Eskijew (19-5) def. Damian Stasiak (13-8) via unanimous decision (30-26, 29-27, 29-28).
Roman Szymanski (15-6) def. Mateusz Legierski (7-1) via TKO (punches), round 2, 4:47.
Michal Kita (21-13-1) def. Marek Samociuk (3-2) via TKO (punches), round 1, 3:22.
Catchweight 79.5 kg/175 lb
Adam Niedzwiedz (8-4-1) vs. Miroslav Brož (12-3-1) fight to a majority draw (28-28 x 2, 29-28).
Damian Piwowarczyk (5-0) def. Marc Doussis (7-1) via submission (triangle/armbar), round 2, 2:22.
Anita Bekus (5-2) def. Magdalena Sormova (11-4) via unanimous decision (29-28 x 3)
Catchweight 68 kg/150 lb
Patryk Likus (2-0) def. Piotr Olszynka (6-8-1) via KO (spinning back elbow), round 2, 4:59.
Shamad Erzanukaev (1-0) def. Bartosz Rewera (1-1) via unanimous decision (2 x 30-27, 30-26).