DSF Kickboxing Challenge held their latest event Friday. The card streamed live and free on the dsflive.com website and featured 3 title bouts. Here are quick results from the event. DSF Kickboxing Challenge will return in September with another big show.
Kamil Jenel def. Eduard Aleksanyan-DSF 81kg Title Fight
Jenel defeated Bulgaria’s Aleksanyan to claim the 81kg belt.
Maks Bratkowicz WD5 Brice Komou-DSF 86kg Title Fight
Bratkowicz avenged a previous loss to Komou, winning a decision in an 86kg title bout.
Jaroslaw Daschke MD5 Rafal Dudek-DSF 71kg Title Bout
Dudek seemed to be in control of the bout in the late rounds, but Daschke dropped him and won a close decision in a 71kg title fight.
Michal Kita UD3 Denis Gorniak-103kg
A slow heavyweight bout. Kita scored with some nice leg kicks and a good punch here and there. Gorniak waited on Kita and did not initiate a lot of offense. Gorniak occasionally threw a punch but Kita usually moved out of range.
Mateusz Rajewski WD3 Wotjeck Kazieczko-65kg
A Rajewski left hook dropped Kaziecko early in the fight but Kazieczko recovered. The shorter Rajewski connected with some good punches. Kaziecko upped the tempo and looked for a big shot in the third, but the young fighter couldn’t connect and lost the decision.
Dominik Zadora UD3 Wojciech Kosowski-77kg
Zadora avenged a previous loss to Kosowski, scoring points with low kicks en route to a decision victory.
Iwona Nieroda def. Yvon-Female Bout 56kg
Nieroda won a decison over Austria’s Yvon. The stream froze, missed some of the fight.
Michael Ronkiewicz WD3 Adrian Mitu-75kg
After a slow round one, Ronkiewicz threw some nice combinations in round two. Mitu pressed the fight in the third and seemed to take the round. Ronkiewicz got the decision from the judges.
Prelims (Did not see them all)
Dominik Tomica WD3 Lukasz Lanowski
Lanowski got the better of the action early, scoring more and he had a better defense. Tomica scored a knockdown late in the second round with a high kick. A tiring and bloody Lanowski pushed forward in the third but it wasn’t enough to overcome.
Patryk Malecki WD3 Artur Giers
The taller Malecki landed some good knees on the shorter Giers. Malecki knocked down Giers with a punch after scoring with a knee in the second round.