A former world boxing champion made his victorious MMA debut with a rare layup knockout in 100 seconds. Video
Former world heavyweight boxer Krzysztof Glowacki (32-4, 20 KOs) of Poland defeated compatriot Patrick Tolkaczewski in the Polish mixed martial arts (MMA) promotion KSW. The fight in Warsaw was over in the 93rd second.
The fight started unsuccessfully for 36-year-old Glowacki. Tolkaczewski seized the initiative in the octagon from the first moments, constantly attacking with kicks.
At one point Patrick was able to get out of the clinch, moving the encounter to the parter. He started to finish Glowacki, but unexpectedly missed a killer left side kick.
Glowacki, lying on his back, managed to hit his opponent's chin, knocking him out. Krzysztof still tried to finish the fight, but the referee immediately stopped the fight and awarded the titled ex-boxer the victory.
It all happened so fast that the commentators could only make sense of it after a slow motion replay.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL, in September 2016 Glowacki faced Alexander Usik. The fight for the WBO heavyweight championship belt lasted all 12 rounds, the winner was determined by the judges' scores: 119-109, 117-111, 117-111 in favor of the Ukrainian.