Polish MMA promotion FEN is all set to host it’s fifth event this year and will feature an exciting lightweight title fight Daniel Rutkowski and Adrian Zielinski.
The fight will be unique in the sense that it is for 2 belts of different organizations – FEN and Babilon MMA. FEN which was launched in 2013 is cashing on in the boom in Polish MMA.
Over the years, Poland has produced some of the finest UFC fighters including UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones and former strawweight champion Joanna Jedrzejczyk.
FEN is looking to make its mark in the international scene with its premier card FEN 31 taking place this weekend at the Hilton Hotel in Lodz, Poland. The card will feature three title fights and the organisation is looking to make a mark in the international MMA scene.
FEN 31 will feature international athletes from France and Denmark, while the card is already stacked with local talents.
“This year we were supposed to organize the first event outside Poland, but the pandemic stopped us. We hope to come back to these plans as soon as possible,” says company spokesperson Jakub Borowicz.
“This is our second event in PPV and that’s why we’ve put together the best fight card in the history of FEN federation.
“Apart from the main event I would pay particular attention to the fight between Kowalski and Wojcik. Kowalski has always been an underdog in his fights, but to everyone’s surprise he won his bouts and is now a contender for the light heavyweight belt. I would also be closely following the fight of Kacper Formela, who fought 2 fights in the FEN federation and both received a bonus for the best fight of the evening,” he concluded.
FULL FIGHT CARD FOR FEN 31
Daniel Rutkowski (11-2-0) and Adrian Zielinski (20-9-0)
Adam Kowalski (12-5-1) vs. Marcin Wójcik (13-7) for the light-heavyweight title.
Sebastian Romanowski (14-8-1) vs. Jonas Magard (11-4) for the bantamweight title.
Kamil Gniadek (14-7-1) vs. Piotr Poniedziałek (7-2)
Ivan Čosić (6-0) vs. Marcin Naruszczka (20-9-2)
Edgar Davalos (10-0-0) vs. Kacper Formela (10-4)
Marcin Filipczak (2-1-0) vs Saeed Younesi (4-3-0)