Watch the KSW 70 ceremonial weigh-ins above
All fighters weigh-in this morning in Lodz, Poland, ahead of KSW 70 tomorrow night, Saturday, May 28, at the Atlas Arena. ORDER AND WATCH THE EVENT HERE.
The heavyweight main event between five time world’s strongest man Mariusz Pudzianowski (16-7) and former KSW middleweight champion Michal Materla (31-8) was made official as ‘Pudzian’ tipped the scale at a slender 116 kg/256 lb while Materla weighed-in at 100.5 kg/222 lb.
The co-main event sees a potential number one contender fight between ex-Chelsea F.C. goalkeeper Ricardo Prasel (12-3) and Polish fan-favourite Daniel Omelianczuk (25-12-1), who enjoyed a nine-fight run in the UFC between 2013 & 2017.
Elsewhere on the card, former international WBO, WBA, & IBF boxing champion Izu Ugonoh (1-1) is aiming to get his MMA career back on track and get retribution in a rematch with Polish slugger Marek Samociuk (3-2) and former Glory middleweight champion Jason Wilnis (2-0), who holds a win over current UFC champ Israel Adesanya, makes his KSW debut against fellow kickboxer-turned MMA fighter Radosław Paczuski (3-0).
KSW 70 is available to watch live around the world on www.KSWTV.com & the KSW App and exclusively on Viaplay in Poland, Scandinavia, the Baltics, and the Netherlands.
KSW 70 Weigh-In Results
Main EventHeavyweight Mariusz Pudzianowski (116 kg/256 lb) vs. Michal Materla (100.5kg/222 lb)
Co-Main EventHeavyweight Ricardo Prasel (108.3 kg/239 lb) vs. Daniel Omelianczuk (115 kg/254 lb)
Light HeavyweightIvan Erslan (93.5 kg/206 lb) vs. Rafał Kijańczuk (93.2 kg/205 lb)
HeavyweightMarek Samociuk (116 kg/256 lb) vs. Izu Ugonoh (107 kg/236 lb)
Light HeavyweightDamian Piwowarczyk (93.5 kg/206 lb) vs. Bartosz Leśko (92.5 kg/204 lb)
MiddleweightRadosław Paczuski (84.4 kg/186 lb) vs. Jason Wilnis (84.1 kg/185 lb)
StrawweightAnita Bekus (52.3 kg/115 lb) vs. Roberta Zocco (52.6 kg/116 lb)
Catchweight 85.5 kgAlbert Odzimkowski (85.4 kg/188 lb) vs. Tommy Quinn (85.4 kg/188 lb)
Catchweight 74 kgLukasz Rajewski (73.9 kg/163 lb) vs. Francisco Barrio (74 kg/163 lb)