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KSW 58 Final Bout Announced, Card Finalized

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KSW has announced the final bout for their KSW 58 card which is set for Saturday, January 30, 2021. Rounding out the eight-fight show will be a heavyweight battle between Polish striker Michal Andryszak and Brazilian kickboxer Guto Inocente. KSW 58 is set to broadcast worldwide on the KSW app as well as on KSWTV. The main event will feature Olympic gold medalist Szymon Kolecki taking on German veteran Martin Zawada. Featherweight champion Salahdine Parnasse will defend his title against young upcoming star Daniel Torres.

KSW 58 Card Finalized

Veteran Polish Striker Michal Andryszak

Making his KSW debut at KSW 26 in 2014, Michal Andryszak (21-9) has never been to a decision, win or loss. It’s typical for the Polish striker to get into the cage and get out with his hand raised. Between his KSW 49 and KSW 54 losses, he did earn a nine-second head kick knockout in the main event against Ion Grigore at RWC 5 in July 2020. “Longer” also has four other knockouts all under forty seconds including a 26 second knockout over Fernando Rodrigues Jr at KSW 41. If there is any fighter on this card that can pull out the quick knockout, it’s Andryszak.

Prior to his current run in KSW, Andryszak had a solid run in ACB (now known as ACA) where he went 3-1. One of those victories was a 33 second head-kick first-round knockout against Tim Hague in his very last MMA bout. Hague would go on to compete in pro boxing before unfortunately passing away due to injuries sustained in the ring.

UFC Veteran Guto Inocente Makes KSW Debut

After an extended run in Glory Kickboxing, Guto Inocente (8-5) returned to the MMA world where he went 1-1, winning his last bout with a first-round knockout in September 2020. With multiple kickboxing championships to his record (38-9), Inocente earned the Glory Kickboxing Knockout of the Year for 2016 earning a 40-second knockout in his debut.

Prior to his Glory Kickboxing run, Inocente fought in Strikeforce where he defeated Virgil Zwicker in May 2012. The victory in Strikeforce was followed up with a brief run in the UFC where Inocente suffered defeats to both Derrick Lewis and Anthony Perosh. Getting back into the MMA game, Inocente also has another MMA bout scheduled for later this year in April. On January 30 at KSW 58, Inocente will meet up with a striker just as dangerous as himself. There is no doubt the judges will not be needed for this matchup.

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