Leading Polish promoter Konfrontacja Sztuk Walki on Monday announced that its first event of 2016 will feature a trio of championship bouts.
KSW 34 is scheduled to take place March 5 at Torwar Hall in Warsaw, marking the organization’s first show in Poland’s capital since KSW 26 in March 2014.
The show, which streams in its entirety on KSWTV.com, will be headlined by heavyweight champion Karol Bedorf defending his belt. The co-main event will feature light heavyweight champ Tomasz Narkun, while third billing goes to featherweight titlist Artur Sowinski. Opponents for the three champions have not yet been announced.
Bedorf will go in search of his eighth straight win after a 2015 which saw “Coco” knock out countryman Michal Kita and outpoint kickboxer Peter Graham. Narkun, a former M-1 Global champion, claimed his title in October with a first-round knockout of Goran Reljic. The first KSW champ at 145 pounds, Sowinski earned the gold with a November decision against Kleber Koike Erbst.