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Controversial Intergender MMA Bout In Poland Ends In Brutal Second Round TKO

Josh Lawless

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Controversial Intergender MMA Bout In Poland Ends In Brutal Second Round TKO

A controversial intergender MMA bout ended in a brutal TKO victory for the male fighter.

On Friday night in Poland, the MMA-VIP3 event saw the organiser, Marcin Najman, stage two intergender fights on a card that has been branded a "freakshow".

One contest in Czestochowa saw Piotr 'Mua Boy' Lisowski take on Ula Siekacz, who is nicknamed 'ArmPowerGirl'.

And it was Lisowski, wearing eye makeup during the bout, who scored the victory in the second round.

In footage shared on social media, the two were sharing sluggish strikes before Lisowski completed a successful Judo-style takedown.

After securing a half-mount, Lisowski was able to transition into a full mount and unleash a barrage of strikes on his grounded opponent.

The referee then waved off the contest and awarded the win to Lisowski.

The other bout featured Michał Przybyłowicz, also known as 'Polski Ken' due to his plastic barbie doll appearance, going up against Wiktoria Domżalska.

Przybyłowicz won in the first round when Domżalska was not able to defend herself from punches and forced the referee to step in and bring proceedings to halt.

The decision to have two intergender fights was slammed by fans, with some describing it as "a festival of embarrassment " and one saying they felt "dirty watching it".

Najman, the man responsible, competed in the main event against Ryszard 'Szczena' Dąbrowski and won early on in the first round.

He previously fought for FAME MMA but was kicked out of the promotion for breaking the rules during a fight.

Last year, Grigory Chistyakov, a male fighter weighing over 500lbs, was defeated by female flyweight Darina Mazdyuk via first round knockout over in Russia.

UFC Hall Of Famer Ronda Rousey has been critical of intergender fighting, saying: "I don't think it's a great idea to have a man hitting a woman on television."

Featured Image Credit: Image: MMA-VIP3

Topics: MMA

Josh Lawless
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