Swiss grappler and muay thai specialist Yasubey Enomoto (14-6, 1 KO, 5 Sub) signed a multi-fight deal with KSW and will make his debut in Poland at KSW 34 on March 5th in Warsaw. The former M-1 Global welterweight champion will face the former KSW champion Alsambek Saidov (17-4, 4 KO, 4 Sub) in one of the main card bouts.
The 32-year-old of Peruvian and Japanese descent is widely regarded as one of the most spectacular fighters on the European MMA circuit. Enomoto is the 2010 Sengoku grand prix finalist and the former M-1 champion. In 2015 he scored two valuable victories: judges decision over then undefeated Abubakar Vagaev and submission win over the long-time foe Shamil Zavurov.
In the main event, the long-time KSW heavyweight ruler Karol Bedorf (13-2, 4 KO, 5 Sub) will look to continue his seven-fight unbeaten streak. The KSW 34 co-feature will see one of the best light heavyweights in Europe Tomasz “Giraffe” Narkun (11-2, 1 KO, 10 Sub) defend his title for the first time, while the third bout from the top of the star-studded fight card will feature one of the most exciting Polish fighters – KSW inaugural featherweight champion Artur “Kornik” Sowiński (16-7, 6 KO, 6 Sub).
KSW 34 goes down on Saturday, March 5th 2016 in Torwar in Warszwa, Poland.