October 7, 2022

Former World’s Strongest Man Mariusz Pudzianowski has some huge plans after placing his signature energy to good use throughout his newest MMA battle in Poland.

Pudzianowski (17-7) worn out opponent Michael Materla (31-9) with a vicious uppercut within the first spherical of their essential occasion match-up at KSW 70 in Lodz final month.

Materla wanted medical consideration after the nasty KO

The 45-year-old is now using a five-fight win streak in KSW and has scored knockouts in all of his current victories. It’s the greatest successful run of his profession after the Pole determined to transition to MMA on the age of 32.

Pudzianowski is intent on taking his MMA profession to the following stage by preventing in entrance of 60,000 individuals at Poland’s nationwide stadium in Warsaw.

“In all probability it will likely be the nationwide stadium in Poland prefer it was two or three years in the past, with 60,000 followers. So after we signal the doc on the dotted line, most likely the nationwide stadium and 60,000 individuals,” Pudzianowski instructed The MMA Hour.

‘Pudzian’ even has an opponent in thoughts for his extravaganza on the Stadion Narodowy – former KSW middleweight and light-weight heavyweight champion Mamed Khalidov. 

Pudzianowski casually walked off after scoring the scary KO

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Pudzianowski casually walked off after scoring the scary KO

Pudzianowski is proud of his achievements as a strong man

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Pudzianowski is happy with his achievements as a powerful man


“Mamed, that’s going to be an attention-grabbing problem. Once I began MMA, I realized the whole lot from Mamed. I watched him, and now we may be crossing gloves in the future. This may be a really attention-grabbing problem for me, notably,” Pudzianowski added.

“Most likely, that may be the following battle, however we nonetheless have a while earlier than that occurs. I’m not serious about this in the meanwhile.

“Once I’m prepared, it’s going to be in a yr’s time or so, so it will likely be 12 months of toil, of actual labour. I’m not going to be laid again. I’m going to work actually laborious.”

Previous to his MMA debut in 2009, Pudzianowski was one of many best strongmen and was topped the ‘World’s Strongest Man’ in 2002, 2003, 2005, 2007, and 2008 whereas taking silver in 2006 and 2009.