Polish mixed martial arts organization Prime MMA staged its first event last weekend, with another 2-1 fight – this time between two YouTube content creators and an actor.
The promotion held its first event in Lodz, Poland, featuring nine mixed martial arts bouts and a pair of professional boxing matches.
Over the past 18 months, events in Poland and Russia have started staging some rather bizarre and controversial 2-1 fights, featuring two competitors taking on a single opponent and, in many cases, intergender fights featuring two men and one woman. competitor.
Prime MMA is a new mixed martial arts promotion headquartered in Lodz, Poland.
Receiving massive criticism and criticism as a result, Prime MMA staged a 2-1 fight featuring a star pair of reality TV YouTubers, Jakub Lasik and Rafal Pazik – and actor Alan Kwiecinski – which was featured as the “face of the organization”.
In the first frame of the fight at Prime MMA, Kwiecinski managed to score knockdowns on Lasik and Pazik, with the referee starting the count for the downed duo.
Land a high kick, Kwiecinski dropped his first opponent before landing a second knockdown on his second foecourtesy of a counter peek at the entrance.
Despite Kwiecinski getting the win over both opponents in the two-on-one matchup at Prime MMA, the former held a pretty significant weight advantage over Lasik and Pazik during and before the fight.
A Russian mixed martial arts event, Epic Fighting Championships also received mass criticism earlier this month, after hosting another highly scrutinized mixed martial arts bout, featuring a grandfather competing against her grandson in an intergender clash against a contestant. .
The same event also featured another criticized freak show fight featuring a super heavyweight battling a female flyweight in another cross-gender showcase, part of a growing trend for both freak shows and fights. intergender in the region.