UFC, Glory Veteran Guto Inocente to Face Michal Andryszak at KSW 58 on Jan. 30

By Tristen Critchfield Jan 20, 2021


Well-traveled Brazilian veteran Guto Inocente will debut for a new promotion when he faces Michal Andryszak at KSW 58 on Jan. 30.

The Polish promotion announced the heavyweight bout on Wednesday. KSW 58 takes place at Wytwornia Club in Lodz, Poland, and is headlined by a featherweight title tilt between Salahdine Parnasse and Daniel Torres. The card can be viewed via pay-per-view on KSWTV.com.

A former title challenger in Glory Kickboxing, the 34-year-old Inocente has compiled an 8-5 record over the course of an MMA career that began in 2005. That tenure includes a victory over Virgil Zwicker in Strikeforce and losses to Anthony Perosh and Derrick Lewis in the UFC. Inocente is coming off a first-round KO of Flavio Rodrigo Magon on the regional circuit this past September.

Poland’s Andryszak has lost three of his last four appearances, including a first-round KO defeat to Michal Kita at KSW 54 last August. The 28-year-old has never gone the distance in 31 professional outings and has finished all but one of his 21 victories inside the first round.

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