KSW App Offically Launches

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Needing your fix of MMA action? Well the KSW app has officially launched for free via the App Store and Google Play for IOS and Android. If you aren’t quite on board with one of the world’s top MMA organizations, now is the perfect time to download the app and learn about the Polish-based organization. Supplement the KSW app along with MMA Sucka and you’ll have absolutely everything you need to know in the world of KSW.


According to a press release sent to the media, you will be able to watch future KSW events live through the app as well as buying tickets. The app will feature interviews with fighters and KSW personnel and breaking news. Currently, you can view several past events, though the audio is only in Polish for now. KSW Shop and KSW’s movie-like event trailers can also be seen on the app as well. So far from a quick pass through the app, it looks pretty user friendly and will serve as an amazing tool once KSW resumes regular action.

KSW and the Future

For those not familiar with the brand, KSW (Konfrontacja Sztuk Walki) held their first event in Poland on February 27, 2004. Despite KSW 52 taking place in December 2019, KSW has successfully held 58 events. KSW 53: Fight Code was originally scheduled for Saturday, March 21, 2020, in Lodz, Poland but was cancelled due to the Coronavirus outbreak. With most of their events taking place in Poland, they have started to venture out into more of Europe with even talks of having shows in the United States in the coming years.


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Matt's love and passion for martial arts began at the age of four with Taekwondo. Matt later trained in Brazilian jiu-jitsu while serving nearly ten years in law enforcement. Matt has just recently discovered his passion of writing on mixed martial arts.

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