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Martin Lewandowski Questions Possibility of Mariusz Pudzianowski’s Retirement After KSW Colosseum 2 Defeat

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Mariusz Pudzianowski, a celebrated figure in KSW, might be facing speculation regarding his career’s conclusion following his recent fight. Yet, KSW President Martin Lewandowski remains optimistic about his continuing participation.

Despite Pudzianowski’s consecutive knockout losses in the KSW Colosseum 2, a grand-scale event held in Warsaw, Poland, Lewandowski remains skeptical about the 46-year-old heavyweight’s retirement. Pudzianowski demonstrated commendable performance in the fight’s first round before falling victim to Artur Szpilka, a professional boxer, in the second.

In an interview on The MMA Hour, when Lewandowski was asked about the possibility of Pudzianowski’s retirement, he expressed uncertainty but leaned towards the probability of Pudzianowski pursuing his distinguished career.

He confessed, “To be frank, I haven’t had a conversation with him yet. However, I don’t think he will retire. I speculate he might participate in at least two more fights. He’s undoubtedly disheartened at the moment due to his strong belief in winning, especially considering his initial round’s performance.”

Lewandowski added, “I haven’t discussed this with the fighters yet. I plan to catch up with all of them who participated in the recent event to understand their current state. However, I believe Mariusz’s ambition is far from fulfilled.”

Pudzianowski commenced his professional journey with KSW in 2009, following an extraordinarily successful career as a strongman competitor. He holds the record of five World’s Strongest Man titles till now. He also tasted victory in MMA, once achieving a five-fight winning streak that was eventually ended by fellow KSW icon Mamed Khalidov last December.

Lewandowski highlighted Pudzianowski’s unique bond with his fanbase and his unwavering allegiance towards KSW. He mentioned that all three of their major names, including Mamed and Michal Materla, had received offers from other promotions, but KSW offered better terms.

“Pudzianowski has been a part of KSW since 2009, and Mamed even longer. The long journey with these two fighters has cultivated mutual respect and appreciation. It’s like home for them, and they feel more welcome here than anywhere else. However, the most crucial aspect is financial, as they are in this for the monetary reward,” added Lewandowski.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Mariusz Pudzianowski’s retirement

Who is Mariusz Pudzianowski?

Mariusz Pudzianowski is a celebrated figure in KSW (Konfrontacja Sztuk Walki), a Polish mixed martial arts organization. He began his professional journey with KSW in 2009, following an extraordinarily successful career as a strongman competitor, where he holds the record of five World’s Strongest Man titles.

What happened at the KSW Colosseum 2 event?

At the KSW Colosseum 2 event held in Warsaw, Poland, Mariusz Pudzianowski faced a second consecutive knockout loss. Despite a commendable performance in the fight’s initial round, he was defeated in the second round by professional boxer Artur Szpilka.

Is Mariusz Pudzianowski considering retirement?

There’s speculation about Mariusz Pudzianowski considering retirement after consecutive losses. However, KSW President Martin Lewandowski remains optimistic, believing that Pudzianowski might participate in at least two more fights. As of the time of this text, Lewandowski hasn’t had a conversation with Pudzianowski regarding retirement.

What is Pudzianowski’s bond with KSW and the fans?

Pudzianowski shares a unique bond with his fanbase and has an unwavering allegiance towards KSW. According to KSW President Martin Lewandowski, Pudzianowski feels at home with KSW, where he is more welcome than anywhere else.

What is the significant achievement of Pudzianowski in MMA?

In MMA, Mariusz Pudzianowski had once achieved a five-fight winning streak that was eventually ended by fellow KSW icon Mamed Khalidov in December of the preceding year.

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