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KSW 26: Materla vs. Silva 3 3/22/14 Warsaw, POL Torwar Hall
-2hr 5min. Q=Perfect

Michal Andryszak vs. Pawel Slowinski 1:06 R1

Kamila Porczyk vs. Iryna Shaparenko 3R Unanimous Dec

Goran Reljic vs. Karol Celinski 3R Unanimous Dec

Artur Sowinski vs. Anzor Azhiev 3:07 R1

Marcin Rozalski vs. Nick Rossborough 4:36 R2

Michal Materla vs. Jay Silva 3R Unanimous Dec

KSW 27: Cage Time 5/17/14 Gdansk, POL Ergo Arena
-2hr 15min. Q=Perfect. 2 DVDs

Tomasz Narkun vs. Charles Andrade Sub, 1:02 R1

Mateusz Gamrot vs. Jefferson George 3R Unanimous Dec

Piotr Strus vs. Abu Azaitar 3R Majority Draw

KSW Women's Strawweight Title Match: Karolina Kowalkiewicz vs. Jasminka Cive Sub, 3:54 R1

KSW Welterweight Title Match: Borys Mankowski vs. Aslambek Saidov 4:27 R2

Mariusz Pudzianowski vs. Oli Thompson 3R Unanimous Dec

Mamed Khalidov vs. Maiquel Falcao 4:55 R1

KSW 28: Fighter's Den 10/4/14 Szczecin, POL Municipal Hall
-2hr 20min. Q=Perfect. 2 DVDs

Michak Wlodarek vs. Michal Andryszak 0:27 R1. Andryszak came out landing a right straight, but Wlodarek just ate it while coming over the top with a big left to the chin, dropping him and pounding him out on the ground.

Marcin Parcheta vs. Rafal Jackiewicz 3:53 R3

Anzor Azhiev vs. Helson Henriques 3R. Action packed, super speed, really high level contest. It started out as an odd featherweight affair because despite being super fast, both were looking for the single bomb rather than throwing combinations. There were some really good scrambles, with Azhiev impressing with his ability to quickly spin Henriques in the grappling to use his own momentum against him. Azhiev was by far the superior grappler and Henriquez was somewhat the superior striker, but Azhiev was so fast Henriques was rarely able to connect. Still, Azhiev's best path to victory was clear, and he Azhiev took over in the 2nd relying on his bread and butter wrestling, though Henriques had some nice counters here and there and threw some really violent strikes that usually just missed. I'm not sure what was wrong with Azhiev, but his cornermen kept proping him up and putting their hands up his pants to stimulate his quads, presumably... Henriquez came out even more aggressive in the 3rd knowing he was down 2 rounds, but this time he landed big punches at the outset, defended the takedown, and dropped some more bombs on the ground in between defending a triangle. Azhiev's wrestling was just too good though, as was his cardio, and he was quickly able to regain control and put a ton of pressure on a now deflated and drained Henriques. Henriques finally got back to his feet and tried an insane Showtime superman guard pass punch, but Azhiev saw it coming and got his legs up for a boot to the armpit. Azhiev won a unanimous decision. Very good match.

Maciej Jewtuszko vs. Vaso Bakocevic 3:00 R3

Peter Graham vs. Marcin Rozalski 0:43 R2. Exciting fight, predictably in standup where these two are extremely accomplished, but even on the ground. Rozalski wants to fight kickboxing champions (he's already beaten Paul Slowinski but his fight with Jerome Le Banner fell through), so he wasn't going to take it to the mat even though the former kickboxer should have the advantage there as he's worked a lot harder on his jiu-jitsu. Graham was dictating early and seemed to be gaining confidence, but southpaw Rozalski began to work the body and started opening up with riskier shots such as the spinning backfist. Rozalski connected with a big left high kick that forced Graham to tie him up, & Rozalski inexplicably seemed to pull Graham down on top of him into mount supposedly going for a "drop takedown", where Graham reigned down big punches. Graham had good opportunities to rear naked choke when Rozalski gave his back, but submission just isn't his forte, and Rozalski turned into top control just before the round ended. Graham hurt Materla early in R2 with an oblique kick, causing Rozalski to try for the takedown, but he didn't have a lot of drive & Graham caught his leg when he tried to switch it up with a knee to the head, slammed him, and began to flurry. It wasn't the punches that did Rozalski in, but rather Graham putting his weight on Rozalski's knee when he tried to pass guard. It's a shame that Rozalski's body didn't hold up, as it was very competitive and action packed in standup, with both obviously showing a high level of striking. Good match.

Michal Materla vs. Jorge Bezerra 1:46 R2

Karol Bedorf vs. Rolles Gracie 4:34 R1

KSW 29: Reload 12/6/14 Krakow, POL Krakow Arena
-2hr 15min. Q=Perfect. 2 DVDs

Mateusz Gamrot vs. Lukasz Chlewicki 3R Unanimous Dec

Goran Reljic vs. Tomasz Narkun 3R Majority Dec

Piotr Strus vs. Jay Silva 3R

Borys Mankowski vs. David Zawada 1:20 R1

Mariusz Pudzianowski vs. Pawel Nastula 3R Unanimous Dec

Mamed Khalidov vs. Brett Cooper 3R Unanimous Dec