Some of Poland’s biggest kickboxing champions met and trained with school children Tuesday at the DSF Kickboxing Challenge “Lesson in PE with Kickboxing Champions” free event in Grudziadz, Poland.
DSF fighters Jaroslaw Daschke, Roza Gumienna, Jan “Iron” Lodzik, Maksymilian “Mad Max” Bratkowicz, and colorful heavyweight Marcin Rozalski met and signed autographs for the children, and gave pointers in the art of kickboxing as part of an effort “to promote activity and a sporty lifestyle”.
🥊 Lekcja WF-u z Mistrzami Kickboxingu w Grudziądzu ♥️
🏆 Mistrzowie DSF Kickboxing Challenge 👉 Mad Max Bratkowicz (86 kg), Jarosław Daschke (71 kg), Jan “Iron” Lodzik (65 kg) oraz gwiazdy ✨ Marcin Różalski i Róża Gumienna 👑
💪 Promujemy aktywność i sportowy tryb życia! 🥊 pic.twitter.com/HTehd8WG59
— DSF Kickboxing Challenge (@DSF_kickboxing) January 8, 2019
DSF Kickboxing Challenge is one of Poland’s top promotions, and its events are broadcast on the TVP Sport network within Poland and streamed internationally.
The next DSF Kickboxing Challenge event, DSF Kickboxing Challenge 19, takes place on 24 January in Grudziadz, Poland. Two title fights have been scheduled. DSF 65 kg champion Lodzik defends his title against Mati Rajewski, and Bratkowicz will also risk his title against Jirka Snehulak Jaros of the Czech Republic.