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The MMA career of Mariusz Pudzianowski has certainly been an...entertaining one, if nothing else. The five-time World's Strongest Man winner has been competing mainly under the KSW banner since 2009, besting the likes of Eric "Butterbean" Esch, epic Flair-flopper Rolles Gracie Jr, Bob Sapp, and a rapper named "Popek Monster" in what some might describe as a series of freak show matches harkening back to the glory days of PRIDE.

Regardless, the 40-year old strongman has shown no signs of slowing down, and has recently booked himself in what may be his freakiest and/or toughest bout yet at KSW 39: Coliseum against former strongman rival, Tyberiusz Kowalczyk. Bloody Elbow offers a few details:

According to an official press release from the promotion, Pudzianowski will challenge his long-time foe Tyberiusz Kowalczyk in the co-main event slot. The 38-year-old Kowalczyk is undefeated in his short career with a 3-0 record. The heavyweight needed a combined four minutes to accumulate that undefeated record and vows to finish Pudzian is similarly rapid fashion.

If you weren't already sold, here's some footage of Kowalczyk in action.

So yeah, this fight is going to be a freak show in the best way possible and will likely end within the first 90 seconds or so via a hailstorm of sloppy punches. PRIDE NEVA DIE!!!!


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