Mum knocks out son's 19-year-old ex-girlfriend in bizarre MMA cage fight
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A 50-year-old mother knocked out her son's ex-girlfriend in a bizarre MMA cage fight over the weekend.
The fight was taking place between 50-year-old Maglorzata Zwierzynska (ring name Gosia Magical) and Nikola Alokin (ring name Nikita).
Zwierzynska's son, Daniel, has over 4,000 subscribers on YouTube and 650,000 followers on Instagram, and she regularly features as part of his videos.
The MMA fight was organised by Polish promotion Clout MMA, who described it as a 'Halloween fight' on their social media channels.
But viewers were shocked at the nature of the fight, with Zwierzynska fighting the ex-girlfriend - who is 31 years younger than her - of her own son.
And they were even more surprised to see the 50-year-old, who was wearing a T-shirt and shorts, produce a stunning punch to floor her opponent.
You can see a clip of the knockdown below.
The footage shows Alokin attempt and fail to throw an elbow at her opponent, before Zwierzynska takes one step back and floors her with a single punch.
Somehow, however, the 19-year-old gets back to her feet, and the fight enters a second round.
But Alokin is clearly on the back foot, and falls down after what appears to be a hit to the head, before her opponent unleashes a flurry of punches to end the fight.
And despite Alokin attempting to get to her feet, the fight is waved off by officials.
Despite the clear animosity on a personal level between the two competitors, though, Clout MMA posted an Instagram video which showed the pair embracing after the fight.
The promotion hit headlines back in 2021 after holding an inter-gender fight, which resulted in a female competitor being knocked out by a male competitor.
The International Federation of Mixed Martial Arts (IMMAF) condemned the fight, calling it an 'intentionally scandalous form of entertainment' and adding that it is 'unacceptable that women and men should compete against each other in combat sports, essentially for reasons of safety but also fair play, and we in no way endorse this'.
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Featured Image Credit: Clout MMA