KSW 67 Results

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KSW is set to return to action with KSW 67: De Fries vs Stosic today in Warsaw, Poland. The night’s main event will feature heavyweight champion Phil De Fries defending his crown for the sixth time against former UFC light heavyweight Darko Stosic, while the co-main event will feature welterweight prospects Andrej Grzebyk and the undefeated Adrian Bartosinski. Also featured on the card is an originally-scheduled featherweight matchup between UFC vet Filip Pejic and the undefeated debuting Dawid Smielowski. The event can be seen through the KSW app or KSWtv stateside.

From the KSW press release:

It was an eventful day at the KSW 67 weigh-ins on Friday morning in Warsaw, Poland. The heavyweight title fight between the UK’s Phil De Fries (20-4) and Serbia’s Darko Stosic (16-4) was confirmed for the main event tomorrow evening, Saturday, February 26. However, a fighter was not medically cleared to compete and a further three fighters missed weight.

They are as follows:

  • Andrzej Grzebyk – missed weight, fined 30% of his purse.
  • Idris Amizhaev – missed weight, fined 50% of his purse.
  • Filip Pejic – missed weight, fined 30% of his purse.
  • Caio Bittencourt – not medically cleared to fight.

KSW 67 will now feature eight scheduled fights and is available to watch live around the world on www.KSWTV.com and exclusively on Viaplay in selected regions starting at 7pm CET/6pm GMT/1pm ET.

KSW 67 Results

Main Event
KSW Heavyweight Title
Champion Phil De Fries defeated Darko Stosic via R5 submission to strikes

Co-Main Event
Adrian Bartosiński defeated Andrzej Grzebyk via R2 submission (kneebar)

Catchweight 80 kg/176 lb
Igor Michaliszyn defeated Idris Amizhaev via R1 knockout

Catchweight 68.5 kg/151 lb
Dawid Śmiełowski defeated Filip Pejic via R3 TKO

Adam Soldaev defeated Pascal Hintzen via R1 knockout

Zuriko Jojua defeated Shamil Banukayev via R3 submission

Borys Borkowski defeated Arkadiusz Kaszuba via R1 TKO (crucifix strikes)

Catchweight 73 kg/161 lb
Yann Liasse defeated Oskar Szczepaniak via UD

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