World Kickboxing Network Poland
The World Kickboxing Network visited Poland for the third time this year on Saturday December 1. “WKN world junior title was on the line in Katowice, where Iroslaw Butowicz presented the ‘Silesia Boxing’ event,” reads post-event report.
The contest featured Polish Justyna Ciborska squaring off against Felicia Larsson of Sweden. The pair battled it out for WKN World Super Featherweight junior title.
The championship bout went the distance. The representative of the country, Ciborska was awarded a unanimous decision, consequently taking the belt.
The referee on the night was Jan Salamacha. The championship supervisor was Cezary Podraza.
In October Przemyslaw Kierpacz became WKN Polish Middleweight champion scoring a unanimous decision against Patryk Kimula in Zawiercie. In May, Tomasz Sarara became WKN World Super Heavyweight champion when he defeated Tomas Mozny by TKO in Warsaw.
In addition, the event in Poland was one of the championship promotions that World Kickboxing Network held on the same day (Dec. 1) in three different countries. Akram Hamidi became WKN European Bantamweight champion in Strasbourg, France when he stopped Maltese Samuel Andolina in the second round.
— World Kickboxing Network (@WKNkickboxing) December 3, 2018