Mariusz Pudzianowski (9-3) has finally received and opponent for the main event of KSW 32: Road to Wembley taking place October 31st in London, the promotion’s first trip to the UK. The former multiple time world’s strongest man will face kickboxing standout Peter Graham (11-9).
“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 he more decisively than Bedorf did” said Pudzianowski via press release. “I can’t wait showcase my skills in front of the Polish and British fans in London!”
Graham has already fought twice in KSW. In his debut in 2014 he defeated Marcin Różalski via injury stoppage and then at KSW 31 he was outpointed by the aforementioned Karol Bedorf.
Pudzianowski last competed at KSW 31 where he scored his fourth straight victory with a devastating 27 second KO win over BJJ ace Rolles Gracie Jr.
Recently the promotion revealed a number of fighters set to compete at KSW London and now the promotion have revealed who they will be competing against. Newly announced fights are:
Mariusz Pudzianowski (9-3) vs. Peter Graham (11-9)
Jim Wallhead (27-9) vs. Rafał Moks (10-7)
Oli Thompson (14-8) vs. Michał Włodarek (7-0)
These are in addition to the following fights already announced:
Borys Mańkowski (17-5-1) vs. Mikhail Tsarev (29-4)
James McSweeney (14-12) vs. Marcin Różalski (5-3)
Brett Cooper (20-11) vs. Maiquel Falcao (34-7)