The First “Great” Polish Heavyweight?

2 Mar , 2014,
jcs
2 comments

On March 14, [#14] Damian Grabowski (19-1-0) will take on [#25] Marcin Tybura (9-0-0) in a battle of the top two Polish Heavyweights in professional MMA.

The winner of this match will end up fairly close to the World Top 10 and will be well on their way to becoming the best Heavyweight in history from Poland.   As strange as it seems, the winner probably becomes the best Heavyweight ever from Eastern Europe (sans Russia) behind FilipovicArlovski and Vovchanchyn.  Grabowski currently holds the lead over Tybura with a longer ledger, though he did start one division below — which means if he does make the big time, perhaps he will go back to 205.

2 Comments

  1. piknik March 4, 2014 at 4:00 pm Reply

    Omielanczuk don’t have any chances against top ranked heavyweights in UFC

  2. oleg March 3, 2014 at 9:31 am Reply

    With Daniel Omielanczuk signed with UFC, he’ll get the opportunity to make it big before Grabowski.

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