Rising heavyweight contender Lukasz”BIG Polski” Krupadziorow has a new opponent for his February 2 bout at CWS Fight Night 4 in Aalen, Germany. The Polish fighter, who resides in the UK and fights out of the Storm Gym in Luton, will now face veteran Sergio Pique of Suriname in the five-round heavyweight main event.
Krupadziorow was originally scheduled to face Vladimir Tok for the AYSO title. Unfortunately, the veteran Tok is unable to compete, and Pique stepped in on fairly short notice.
The more experienced Pique is a WCK champion, and has 28 wins in 35 professional contests. Fighting out of the Hague, Netherlands, Pique represents Suriname and Team Sniper.
Kruapadziorow aka Polski has competed for Enfusion, Superkombat, and other top organizations. Recently, he has been campaigning in China, where he is undefeated in the Faith Fight organization and defeated all Chinese challengers.
CWS Fight Night 4 also features an AFSO middleweight title fight between Berat Aliu and Rico Ramba Giger. A four-man tournament in the 75 kg weight category is also scheduled, as well as an AFSO intercontinental 72 kg title clash between Nick Joob and Marcel Adeyemi, a Storm Gym teammate of Polski’s. The event will be available for viewing worldwide on the Fite TV streaming platform.