Fight Announcement

Roberto Soldic Returns to Action in KSW 63 Main Event

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One of KSW’s most dominant champions, Roberto Soldic, returns to action as he will headline KSW 63, set to take place on Saturday, September 11, 2021. The man with the opportunity to dethrone the welterweight king is none other than Patrik Kincl. After his most-recent TKO first-round victory at KSW 61, Kincl has done enough in the eyes of KSW brass to earn a shot at the champion. As with all KSW events, KSW 63 will be shown worldwide on KSWtv and on the KSW app.

KSW 63 Main Event Announced

The Reigning Champion

Roberto Soldic (18-3) is regarded by many as the top mixed martial artist in Europe outside of the UFC. Always known for his dangerous hands, 15 of Soldic’s career 18 wins have come by KO/TKO four of his last five bouts. “Robocop” is also one to take on a challenger at any weight class at any time, competing at catchweights and even middleweight. In his last outing at KSW 56 in November 2020, Soldic dismantled the former champion in Michal Materla in a matter of one round.

Incoming Challenger

ACB veteran and Czech welterweight Patrik Kincl (24-9) has done enough in his two KSW bouts to garner the next title shot. Both of his KSW bouts have ended with Kincl TKOs. Not a stranger to the finish either, 18 of Kincl’s 24 career wins have come by the finish with 12 of those by KO/TKO. During his current five-fight winning streak, four of those victories have come by a finish.


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