KSW 51: Croatia Will Crown Inaugural Bantamweight Champion

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As the Polish organization KSW continues to grow, they will crown an inaugural bantamweight (135lbs) champion at the KSW 51: Croatia card set for November 09, 2019. This will also mark the first time KSW has ventured into Croatia. After the successful golden show, KSW 50, the organization will look to steamroll into 2020 with KSW 51 and KSW 52 to end the year.

Bantamweight Showdown

In what could be a happy homecoming for Croatia’s own, Antun Racic (23-8-1), the tough nosed fighter has been undefeated (4-0) since joining the organization at KSW 40: Dublin in October 2017. His most recent victory was as split decision over Pawel Politylo at KSW 49 which was also the same method of victory and opponent at his KSW debut back at KSW 40. Riding a five fight winning streak dating back to his days in Superior FC, Racic will absolutely have the home crowd behind him in his bit for KSW’s first bantamweight title.

The Opposition

Standing across from Racic will be Polish UFC veteran, Damian Stasiak. Though only 2-4 in the UFC, Stasiak (11-6) has experience on the big stage which could prove to be very helpful as he enters enemy territory. Stasiak’s last seven victories in a row have all come via submission with two of those in the UFC. Just one fight out of the UFC, Stasiak will make his KSW debut with a massive opportunity in front of him.


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