KSW 91 Results: Mircea vs. Brichta

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On February 17, 2024, the KSW will make a return to the Czech Republic. The KSW 91 event in Liberec will feature a showdown for the interim lightweight title between Valeriu Mircea and Leo Brichta.

Local heroes Dominik Humburger and Josef Stummer will also make their return to the cage during the Liberec event.

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Valeriu Mircea vs.  Leo Brichta – for the interim KSW lightweight title

Valeriu Mircea (29-8-1) has four KSW fights under his belt and initially faced defeat against Roman Szymański in his promotional debut. However, he quickly bounced back, securing a knockout victory over Gracjan Szadziński in the second minute of their bout at KSW 76. Two months later, Mircea faced former KSW champion Borys Mańkowski and delivered a spectacular knockout with a flying knee, earning him the best finish of the night at XTB KSW 78. In June, he avenged his loss to Roman Szymański.

Currently on a three-fight winning streak, Mircea, a former featherweight champion in the Moldovan organization Eagles FC and a former lightweight title contender, has an impressive record of 29 victories, with 24 of them ending before the final bell in his 38 professional bouts.

Leo Brichta (12-3 1NC) hailing from the Czech Republic, had a successful debut in the cage, defeating Maciej Kazieczka via decision in June. In his second KSW bout, he faced Roman Szymański, securing a third-round victory deemed the best fight of the night at KSW 87. With this win, Brichta remains undefeated for nine consecutive bouts.

Considered one of the most talented Czech MMA fighters, Brichta has been competing professionally since 2017, amassing a record of twelve wins, with ten finishing before the scheduled duration. Originating from kickboxing, he has evolved into a well-rounded MMA fighter with six knockout victories and four submissions, achieving seven first-round wins.

Dominik Humburger vs. Josef Stummer 

Dominik Humburger (7-1) a Liberec native, has participated in three KSW fights. His KSW debut in August of the previous year resulted in a second-round knockout against Borys Borkowski. In his second cage appearance, he dominated Jorge Luiz Bueno. However, his most recent bout at KSW 86 ended in defeat against Michał Michalski, marking his first career loss after a seven-fight winning streak. Known for his knockout power, six of Humburger’s career victories have come by knockout, with three of them ending in the first round.

Josef Stummer (3-1) had a successful debut in KSW, defeating Jonatan Kujawa in April in Tomaszów Mazowiecki. However, in his second cage appearance, he succumbed to Dawid Karyto. This loss marked Stummer’s first in his professional career.

Stummer made his professional MMA debut in July of the previous year, accumulating a record of four fights with three victories. Before venturing into professional cages, he gained experience in amateur arenas, earning the title of Vice Champion of the Czech Republic. Additionally, he is a multiple-time grappling competition medalist and the Czech national BJJ champion.

KSW 91 (Viaplay.com/KSWTV.com) results:

Valeriu Mircea def Leo Brichta via Submission (rear-naked choke) at 2:40 of Round 4 and won the interim KSW lightweight title

Dominik Humburger  def.  Adrian Dudek via TKO (strikes) at 2:28 of Round 2 

Matúš Juráček def.  Henry Fadipe via TKO (strikes) at 4:00 of Round 1 

Kacper Koziorzębski def. Viktor Červinský  via Unanimous Decision (30 – 27, 30 – 27, 30 – 27)

Łukasz Charzewski  def.  Michał Sobiech via Unanimous Decision  (30 – 27, 30 – 27, 30 – 27)

Dawid Kasperski def Vasil Ducár  via Unanimous Decision (30 – 27, 30 – 27, 30 – 27)  

Josef Štummer  def.  Adrian Wieliczko via Submission (triangle choke) at 4:28 of Round 2

Mariusz Joniak def.  Tobiasz Le via TKO (left hook) at 1:05 of Round 1

W. Czyżewska def. Petra Částková  via TKO (middle kick to the body) at 1:53 of Round 1   

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