In the co-main event of this card, Roberto Soldic can turn to shield the pro motion ’s welterweight title for the very first time if he clashes with unbeaten Polish prospect Krystian Kaszubowski.
The advertising declared the fights through the live broadcast of KSW 4-7 on Saturday in Lodz, Poland.
Former UFC middleweight, Askham, played with a catastrophic first-round stoppage victory within the prior KSW winner, Materla, at his promotional debut. Askham stopped the celebrated Polish middleweight with a body kick KSW 42.
After compiling a listing of 2 4 beneath the UFC banner, Askham (17-4-0) is unbeaten since his final bout at the Octagon. His very first battle following his UFC departure saw him score that a decision win over countryman Luke Barnett. He’s won his tests under the KSW bannerdispatching both Materla along with Marcin Wojcik with human anatomy kicks.
One of the greatest middleweights to ever compete under the KSW banner, Materla (27-6-0), holds a wholesome record of 18-4 together with all the promotion. Materla was the last person to carry the promotional title before legendary Mamed Khalidov, that recently hung up his glasses, dethroned him in KSW 33.
“Cipao” has bounced back from his loss to Askham using 2 wins. In his first fight ago, he even felt that a second-round conclusion over Martin Zawada at KSW 44 before handing Olympian Damian Janikowski his very first professional loss via first round knockout at KSW 4 5.
Soldic (15-3-0) featured on MMA Fighting’s ‘European prospects to watch’ feature in 2018 and it has continued to summarize himself as one of the most promising fighters on the continent. He avenged being dethroned by Dricus Du Plessis using third-round stoppage at KSW 4 5 to recover the belt, even before stepping in on short notice to prevent Vinicius Bohrer in the very first round of their catchweight showdown at KSW 4 6.
Kaszubowski (7-0-0) was recorded in MMA Fighting’s ‘European prospects to watch’ feature in 2019. He’s scored two first-round endings in as many outings under the KSW banner. In KSW 42, he stopped Christopher Henze using a parade of elbows just outside the very first minute. It took him two minutes to put away Michal Michalski when they collided at KSW 4 6.