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KSW Colosseum 2: Three title fights added as Marian Ziolkowski takes on Salahdine Parnasse

Marian Ziolkowski and Salahdine Parnasse will finally meet in the cage - though this isn't the only big fight added to the KSW Colosseum 2 card.

Three titles will be on the line at XTB KSW Colosseum 2 as the organisation head to the Polish national stadium on June 3.

Over 35,000 tickets have been sold, making it the second largest MMA event ever in Europe, second only to KSW Colosseum 1.
The undisputed KSW lightweight title will be decided in the co-main event as champion Marian Ziolkowski (25-8-1) collides with interim-champ Salahdine Parnasse (17-1).
The pair were originally set to face each other back at KSW 76 with Parnasse, who is also the KSW featherweight title holder, stepping up to challenge Ziolkowski for the lightweight strap.
Unfortunately, injury ruled the Polish star out and, as a result, Parnasse defeated Sebastian Rajewski for newly created interim-title.
Elsewhere on the card, a new KSW middleweight champion will be crowned as Pawel Pawlak (21-4-1) and Tomasz Romanowski (18-8) battle it out for the vacant title.
This all-Polish contest pits two of Europe's best middleweight against one another. Pawlak is currently on a 10-1 run going back to 2017 while Romanowski is 13-1 since 2018.
Given its history, it is the most prestigious title in KSW and finally it will be presented to a new king on the biggest stage in MMA.
Lastly, Jakub WikÅ'acz (14-3-1) will make the first defense of his bantamweight title as he welcomes the challenge from Brazil's Werlleson Martins (18-5).
WikÅ'acz realised his dream and emphatically won the title in his trilogy fight with Sebastian Przybysz at KSW 77 while Martins booked his spot as the next challenger thanks to a devastating knockout victory last month.
XTB KSW Colosseum 2 will be headlined by a trilogy fight between rivals Mamed Khalidov (36-8-2) & Scott Askham (19-5) and five-time world's strongest man Mariusz Pudzianowski (17-8) collides with former WBC heavyweight title contender Artur Szpilka (2-0) in a mega crossover fight that will shake the sporting landscape in Poland.

Photo Credit: KSW

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