On the UK soil Pudzianowski will look to extend his streak of victories to five consecutive ones. In the last two years the former 5-time World’s Strongest Man defeated Sean McCorkle, Oli Thompson, Paweł Nastula and most recently Rolles Gracie. At KSW 31 he needed only 27 seconds to knock out the Brazilian jiu jitsu ace.
“Defeating Graham is one of my last steps on my road to KSW heavyweight title, which is currently in Karol Bedorf’s hands. Peter is a tough and experienced foe, but come October 31st I’ll show everyone that I can beat him more decisively than Bedorf did” – Pudzianowski promises. “I can’t wait showcase my skills in front of the Polish and British fans in London!”
Graham has already fought for KSW twice. In 2014 he defeated Marcin Różalski via second round injury stoppage and at KSW 31 he was outpointed by Karol Bedorf, but was inches away of knocking out the KSW heavyweight champion in the third frame.
KSW Federation two other match ups for the October 31st card. In the intriguing welterweight contest UK MMA standout Jim Wallhead (27-9, 10 KO, 10 Sub) will square off against one of the most dangerous grapplers in Poland Rafał Moks (10-7, 9 Sub). Also, British heavyweight Oli „The Spartan” Thompson (14-8, 6 KO, 6 Sub) will face the undefeated Pole Michał Włodarek (7-0, 3 KO, 1 Sub).
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