Adrian Bartosinski (14-0) is KSW’s Welterweight champion at just 28 years old. Twelve straight stoppages, eleven from his fists have afforded the young striker notoriety in arguably Europe’s top promotion. Can “Bartos” follow in Jan Blachowicz and Mateusz Gamrot’s footsteps and become Poland’s next top prospect?
Adrian Bartosinski was born in Rawa Mazowiecka, Poland in 1995. It’s a small town of about 16,000 people located one hour away drive from Lodz. He turned pro after going 7-2 in the amateur ranks. He won his first two pro bouts by unanimous decision. But ever since, “Bartos” has finished every foe inside three rounds. Up until his last bout, Adrian was working 40 hours a week in a warehouse. Balancing two full-time at once is something Bartosinski and his developing skill set hope to not contend with again.
His team just lined up a new bout against KSW double champ Salahdine Parnasse (who we have also highlighted previously as a premier fighter link). Parnasse, a skilled striker, will certainly have the speed advantage on the feet. But Bartosinski’s game centers around takedowns and ground and pound, where he will have the strength advantage on his side. It’s rare you get this high-level of a matchup outside the UFC and this one is definitely one to tune in for on December 16.
Adrian “Bartos” Bartosinski | 14-0 | 5’11 170 lbs. | Age 28 | Reach 71” | Orthodox Stance | Fighting Out of Rawa Mazowiecka, Poland
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