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KSW 34: New Order 3/5/16 Warsaw, PL Torwar Hall
-3hr 45min. Q=Perfect. 2 DVDs

Tomasz Kondraciuk vs. Marcin Wojcik

Szymon Bajor vs. Jedrzej Mackowiak

Krzyztof Kulak vs. Maciej Jewtuszko

Antoni Chmielewski vs. Svetlozar Savov

Aslambec Saidov vs. Yasubey Enomoto

Featherweight Title Match: Artur Sowinski vs. Fabiano Silva Da Conceicao

Light Heavyweight Title Match: Tomasz Narkun vs. Cassio Barbosa

Heavyweight Title Match: Karol Bedorf vs. James McSweeney

KSW 35: Khalidov vs. Karaoglu 5/27/16 Gdansk/Sopot, PL Ergo Arena
& Best of Deep 12/11/15
-5hr 15min. Q=Perfect. 3 DVDs

Kamil Szymuszowski vs. Mindaugas Verzbickas 3R Unanimous Decision

Marcin Wojcik vs. Michal Fijalka 3R Unanimous Decision

Lukasz Chlewicki vs. Azi Thomas 3R Unanimous Decision

Rafal Moks vs. Robert Radomski 3R Split Dec

Marcin Wrzosek vs. Filip Wolanski 3R Unanimous Decision

KSW Lightweight Title Decision Match: Mateusz Gamrot vs. Mansour Barnaoui 3R Unanimous Decision

Michal Materla vs. Antoni Chmielewski 4:12 R1

Marcin Rozalski vs. Mariusz Pudzianowski 1:46 R2

KSW Middleweight Title Match: Mamed Khalidov vs. Aziz Karaoglu 3R Majority Dec

Best of Deep 12/11/15

6/24/11: Tomomi Iwama vs. Myung-Sik Kwak

2/18/12: Hirohide Fujinuma vs. Seigo Mizuguchi R1 1:20

6/15/12: Toshiaki Kitada vs. Katsunori Tsuda R2 1:26

12/16/11 Welterweight Title Match: Yuya Shirai vs. Taisuke Okuno 3R

KSW 36: Trzy Korony 10/1/16 Zielona Gora, PL Hala CRS
-2hr 20min. Q=Perfect. 2 DVDs

Maciej Kazieczko vs. Mariusz Mazur 3R 3R unanimous decision

Grzegorz Szulakowski vs. Bartlomiej Kurczewski 3R unanimous decision

Diana Belbita vs. Katarzyna Lubonska 3R unanimous decision

Kleber Koike Erbst vs. Leszek Krakowski 4:24 R1

Michal Kita vs. Michal Wlodarek 4:47 R1

Ariane Lipski vs. Sheila Gaff 2:09 R1

KSW Lightweight Title Match: Mateusz Gamrot vs. Renato Gomes 3:46 R2

KSW Light Heavyweight Title Match: Tomasz Narkun vs. Rameau Thierry Sokoudjou 4:38 R1

Michal Materla vs. Rousimar Palhares 1:27 R2

KSW 37: Circus of Pain 12/3/16 Krakow, PL Tauron Arena
-2hr 20min. Q=Perfect. 2 DVDs

David Zawada vs. Robert Radomski 3:50 R2

Filip Wolanski vs. Denilson Neves de Oliveira 3R. Sometimes the best thing you can hope for in a fight is that both fighters will be stubborn. Neither fighter was willing to fight off their back foot, so they wound up standing toe to toe for 3 rounds. Wolanski was lighter on his feet, so he was better able to move and throw single shots, whereas Neves really wanted to plant before throwing everything at full crushing power. Though they were standing close & headhunting, the defense was surprisingly good, as both men reacted quickly to avoid. By the end of the 1st, Neves saw he wasn't just going to blow Wolanski away with his standup, but when he'd try to get it to the ground, he was very high on his takedown attempts & could only keep Wolanski down momentarily with the high crotch or leg pick. Wolanski made good adjustments in the 2nd, understanding what Neves' striking style was, and knowing that he was too quick to hit big when he was ready, but was prone to counters during his strikes because he was going all in on them. Wolanski still came forward, but he came in behind a jab or a low kick, so he was landing when Neves didn't attack, but he was also was ready to counter when Neves threw a big combo coming back at him. I thought Neves won round 1, while Wolanski won the 2nd because he was able to change up his standup style & generally give Neves more looks, but honestly there was no round that couldn't have gone either way. Neves got so desperate to get the fight to the ground in the 3rd that he just dropped down from a reverse bodylock, thus pulling Wolanski down on top of him, which had the predictable result of Wolanski quickly turning into Neves' guard. Round 3 was even tougher to score than the first two because once Neves escaped, he spent the rest of the round going for takedowns again, even trying to leap on Wolanski's back for a standing rear mount. Wolanski defended everything though, so it was a matter of whether you like the guy grinding away for the takedown or the guy constantly defending and occasionally capitalizing. Wolanski won a split decision. Good match.

Marcin Wojcik vs. Marcin Lazarz 3:43 R1

Mansour Barnaoui vs. Lukasz Chlewicki 3:09 R1

KSW Featherweight Title Match: Artur Sowinski vs. Marcin Wrzosek 2:55 R2

KSW Welterweight Title Match: Borys Mankowski vs. John Maguire 3R Unanimous Dec

Mariusz Pudzianowski vs. Pawel Rak 1:20 R1

KSW Heavyweight Title Match: Fernando Rodrigues Jr. vs. Karol Bedorf 2:34 R2