Unlike the vast majority of fighters, Kacper Brozdziak does not dream of the UFC. His life’s goal is also in three letters, but they are those of KSW.
Logical: as a Pole, he hopes one day to illustrate himself at home, in front of a public particularly knowledgeable and fond of combat sports. Because there, MMA is a real religion. “Soccer is still the number one sport, but everyone loves martial arts. As an athlete, we are really recognized. In Poland, for example, many young boys walk into a training gym as teenagers to learn how to defend themselves. That’s the path Kacper Brozdziak, now 27, took.
“I can fight on the ground, standing, or in any other position.
“I started with boxing, then I switched to kickboxing, and a little before I turned 18, I started MMA. It’s more complete, more interesting, and it helps you feel confident when you walk down the street at night! Boxing is not enough.” To adapt his striker style to the requirement of grip disciplines, the former postal worker fell in the right place. Because the Mighty Bulls team, where he trains, is a place of reference headed by Grzegor Jakubowski, the first Pole to have fought under the rules of MMA. “At home, he’s a legend.” The setting is ideal for progression, especially since Kacper Brozdziak also rubs shoulders with Sebastian Przybysz, the former KSW roosterweight champion. And the work seems to be paying off. “I’ve been able to adapt. Now I can fight on the ground, standing, or in any other position.”