Undefeated French possibility Salahdine Parnasse will definitely get his first chance at asserting KSW gold once he faces Roman Szymanski at KSW 4-8 at Lublin, Poland on Apr. 27 to its feather-weight interim title.
KSW announced Friday, the fight through its media feeds.
At just 21 years old, Parnasse (12-0-1) has been now thought of as among the most outstanding prospects on the European scene and has been recorded as one of topup and comers at your community for 2018. He’s won all three of his tests under the KSW banner up to now.
In his sophomore outing with the Polish promotion, he out-classed former champion Artur Sowinski on approach to claiming a unanimous decision win. He saw off another former promotional champion and TUF veteran Marcin Wrzosek in his final excursion.
That the loss Szymanski has suffered with KSW is marked by the loss to Wrzosek. He now boasts a record.
Double champion, Mateusz Gamrot, holds KSW’s featherweight name.
KSW also announced that blue light heavy weight Lukasz Jurkowski (16-11-0) may face Stjepan Bekavac (19-9-0) at the event.