AIntergender combat in Poland drew criticism from fans after a female fighter was beaten by a fighter.
The referee ended Friday’s fight in Czestochowa after fighter Ula Siekacz was beaten in a demonstration some viewers called “repugnant . ”
Siekacz, a female arm wrestling and fitness instructor, faced off against fighter Piotrek Muaboy.
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MMA fans were left TASTED when a Polish promotion staged a gender fight between Piotrek Muaboy and arm wrestler Ula Siekacz.
Fans called for the fight to end as Muaboy landed hard, neat punches on Siekacz before pinning him to the canvas and applying soil and pounding. pic.twitter.com/otWqV8yKdF
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The two are seen exchanging strikes at the start of the clip. Muaboy, dressed in black face paint, used her height advantage to punch Siekacz from afar and is sometimes seen spinning away from her.
Siekacz fired for a clinch, and Muaboy took her to the ground, working her way to the fully mounted position, then punched Siekacz while she was stuck before the referee stopped the fight. .
“My victory shows that you don’t judge a book by its cover”, Muaboy would have written on Instagram after the fight.
The International Federation of Mixed Martial Arts issued a statement condemning the mismatched fight.
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“The media coverage drew our attention to an intersex MMA fight that took place in Poland over the weekend,” said the declaration read. “Although neither the promoter nor the competitors are associated with IMMAF, as the international governing body for amateur mixed martial arts, I think it is important that I state our position.”
“IMMAF categorically disagrees with this intentionally outrageous form of entertainment, which does not represent the sport of MMA or its values and puts women at risk,” he continued. “It is unacceptable for women and men to compete in combat sports, mainly for reasons of safety but also of fair play, and we do not endorse this in any way.”