Since claiming the belt, “F-11” has defended it twice, submitting
former champion Karol
Bedorf at KSW 45 last October and securing a unanimous decision
Narkun at KSW 47 in March of this year. In so doing, he made
promotional history by becoming the first non-Polish fighter to win
a KSW title and then defend it in his home country.
Grabowski (22-5) went 0-3 in a tough UFC run that was plagued by
bout changes due to injuries to his opponents as well as himself,
but has found success since returning to his home country. He first
Rodrigo Guelke via TKO in the opening stanza at FEN 22, then
made a successful promotional debut at KSW 49, defeating Karol
Bedorf in the second round.
KSW 50 will go down at The SSE Arena in London on Sept. 14. At the
same event, UFC veteran Norman
Parke will share the cage with Poland's Marian Ziolkowki.