[VIDEO] KSW 50: Submersed

KSW 50 went on Saturday night, September 14 from The SSE Arena, Wembley in London, England. WHOATV were behind the scenes capturing the highs and lows that took place in this access all areas video.

Phil De Fries retained his heavyweight title with a five round gruelling main event fight against Brazil’s Luis Henrique and, in doing so, extended his winning streak to six in a row now. In the co-main event we saw light heavyweight champion Tomasz Narkun score an exciting first round submission win over Przemyslaw Mysiala, and Northern Ireland’s Norman Parke became the interim- lightweight champ with a decision win over ’The Polish Zombie’ Marcin Wrzosek. 

Elsewhere on the card Roberto Soldic overcame a very tough Michal Pietrzak and South Africa’s P4P king Dricus Du Plessis & Olympic hero Damian Janikowski both got back to winning ways.
You can watch the event back for up to 72 hours after the event on www.KSWTV.com.

Main Event
KSW Heavyweight Title
Champion Phil De Fries (18-6) def. Luis Henrique (12-6) via split decision (49-46 x 2, 47-48).

Co-Main Event
KSW Light Heavyweight Title
Champion Tomasz Narkun (17-3) def. Przemyslaw Mysiala (23-10-1) via submision (guillotine), round 1, 4:03.

80kg Catchweight

Roberto Soldic (17-3) def. Michal Pietrzak (8-4) via unanimous decision (3-27×2, 29-28).

Interim KSW Lightweight Title
Norman Parke (28-6-1) def. Marcin Wrzosek (14-6) via split decision (49-46 x 2, 47-48).

Damian Janikowski (4-2) def. Tony Giles (6-2) via submission (strikes), round 1, 1:24.

90kg Catchweight
Jason Radcliffe (16-7) def. Antoni Chmieleski (32-18) via unanimous decision (29-28 x 3).

Dricus Du Plessis (13-2) def. Joilton Santos (30-8) via TKO, round 3, 3:04.

Female Strawweight
Aleksandra Rola (3-0) def. Catherine Costigan (6-3) via TKO, round 2, 0:50.

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