Today, we will know everything about KSW 65 Khalidov vs Soldic fight including start time, preview, and how to watch.
KSW middleweight champion Mamed Khalidov will face welterweight champion Roberto Soldic on Dec. 18 in KSW 65 at Gliwice Arena.
Khalidov vs Soldic Preview:
A 17-year veteran, Khalidov (35-7-2) has long been known as one of the most talented middleweights competing outside of the UFC, boasting career victories over the likes of Scott Askham, Luke Barnatt, Kendall Grove, James Irvin, Matt Lindland, Melvin Manhoef, Jorge Santiago, and Jesse Taylor, among others.
In October 2020, Khalidov scored a 36-second knockout of Askham to claim the KSW middleweight title for a second time.
Meanwhile, Soldic (19-3) moves up a division in hopes of claiming champ-champ status. “Robocop” currently carries a six-fight winning streak and is 13-1 in his past 14 appearances. A devastating striker, 16 of Soldic’s 19 career wins have come by knockout.
In addition to the night’s headliner, the co-feature all sees a title on the line as Brazil’s Daniel Torres (12-4) seeks the first defense of his belt when he competes in a rematch against France’s Salahdine Parnasse (15-1-1).
Torres scored a surprising first-round knockout of Parnasse at January’s KSW 58, handing the former champion his first loss as a professional.
KSW 65 Khalidov vs Soldic Date, Time, Venue
The event is taking place today Dec. 18, 2021, at Gliwice Arena in Gliwice, Poland.
The fight will start at 1 p.m. ET.
How to Live Stream KSW 65 Khalidov vs Soldic?
. This is a Pay-Per-View event. So, you need to buy PPV to watch Mamed Khalidov vs Roberto Soldic fight.
KSW 65 Fight Card
KSW Middleweight Title
Champion Mamed Khalidov (35-7-2) vs. Roberto Soldic (19-3)
KSW Featherweight Title
Champion Daniel Torres (12-) vs. Salahdine Parnasse (15-1-1)
Daniem Stasiak (13-7) vs. Lom-Ali Eskijew (18-5)
Michal Kita (20-13-1) vs. Marek Samociuk (3-1)
Roman Szymanski (14-6) vs. Mateusz Legierski (7-0)
Adam Niedzwiedz (8-4) vs. Miroslav Broz (12-3)
Damian Piwowarczyk (4-0) vs. Marc Doussis (7-0)
Anita Bekus (4-2) vs. Magdalena Sormova (11-3)
Patryk Likus (1-0) vs. Alexander Loof (2-0)
Shamad Erzanukaev (0-0) vs. Bartosz Rewera (1-0)