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Shut up Radom!  Flash of colossal Saladin Parnas at KSW 68

Shut up Radom! Flash of colossal Saladin Parnas at KSW 68

Daniel Rutkowski (13-3) did not manage to win the KSW belt in featherweight. Before his Radom fans, Rotik had to acknowledge the superiority of Saladin Parnas (17-1-1). Pole surrendered in the fourth round.

Waldemar Osowski

Salahuddin Parnas

Press materials / KSW / Pictured: Salahuddin Parnas

First round up. The French defender was surprised, because he started in wrestling chess. After Parnasse’s initial lead, “Rutek”, led by a raucous chant from local fans, began appearing at the front and responding with a flashy removal.

In the second round, fans saw alternatives to standing rather than wrestling. In them, the younger young Parisian seemed more effective and attentive. The pole was looking to shorten the distance. The 24-year-old KSW champion also took more kicks, in an effort to weaken the opponent’s mobility.

At the start of the fourth round, Parnas hit hard! Rutkowski was in huge trouble, he escaped under the cage net. Then the hero followed the pole’s back and tightened a severe suffocation behind his back. The inhabitants of Radom had to leave. The judge stops the duel and Rotik loses consciousness.

This is another Parisian show at KSW. Saladin Parnas in Radom defended the championship for the weight belt up to 66 kg. After winning, he challenged Marian Ziółkowski – the light class champion.

Daniel Rutkowski’s wonderful series has been discontinued. The former FEN and Babylon MMA champion suffered his first defeat in six years. Prior to KSW 68 he had 13 consecutive wins.

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