Jesse Taylor replaces Mikhail Tsarev, meets Borys Mańkowski at KSW 32

KSW welterweight champion Borys Mańkowski has a new opponent for next month’s KSW 32 in London as Jesse Taylor has replaced Mikhail Tsarev in the bout that will serve as the co-headliner of the fight card.


The fight change was announced by KSW in a press release today.

KSW 32: Road to Wembley will come from the SSE Arena on October 31 and the entire event will be available on

Taylor (29-12) defeated Tsarev by submission two weeks ago and this fight promoted the KSW owners to make a change in the opponent for Mańkowski. Taylor has won back to back fights after dropping three in a row and both of his recent wins have come by submission in the first round. Mańkowski (17-5-1) has won four in a row and three of those wins have come by stopage. His most recent win came in February as he defeated Mohsen Bahari by unanimous decision.

The current KSW 32: Road to Wembley fight card is below.

Mariusz Pudzianowski (9-3) vs. Peter Graham (10-9)
Marcin Różalski (5-3) vs. James McSweeney (14-12)
Borys Mańkowski (17-5-1) vs. Jesse Taylor (29-12)
Marif Piraev (13-0-1) vs. Mateusz Gamrot (9-0)
Jim Wallhead (27-9) vs. Rafał Moks (10-7)
Oli Thompson (14-8) vs. Michał Włodarek (7-0)
Goran Reljic (15-4) vs Tomasz Narkun (10-2)
Brett Cooper (20-11) vs. Maiquel Falcao (34-7)