Pudzianowski: Zaczęło się od awantury, ale minęły lata zanim przestali w niego wątpić –
Mariusz Pudzianowski, legend of KSW, has come a long way from being a “freak” to a full-fledged MMA fighter. Despite turning 47, he has no plans to retire and claims to feel just as motivated as he did 20 years ago when he started his MMA journey. The key to his success has been choosing stronger opponents, transitioning from facing amateurs to professionals, and constantly surprising everyone.
His recent defeats have not deterred him, and he still intends to fight for another two years. Pudzianowski’s evolution from strongman competitions to MMA has been remarkable, and he remains determined to take on new challenges. Pudzianowski’s debut in KSW against Marcin Najman sparked curiosity about how the strongest man in the world would fare in MMA.
His swift victory marked the beginning of his successful career in the sport. His strategy of facing formidable opponents and showcasing his speed and strength has solidified his position as a professional MMA fighter. Despite encountering challenging fights, including an unexpected battle with Nikola Milanović, Pudzianowski’s resilience and adaptability have made him a force to be reckoned with in the MMA world.
His recent losses to Mamed Chalidow and Artur Szpilka have not diminished his stature as a remarkable athlete. Even at 47, Pudzianowski remains determined to continue fighting for the next two years. His refusal to be bound by age limitations underscores his relentless pursuit of excellence in MMA.