World Kickboxing Network Polish heavyweight title is on the line in Zawiercie
World Kickboxing Network Polish heavyweight title is on the line in Zawiercie / Pic: Julia Ziebinska

WKN Poland

The World Kickboxing Network Polish title is on the line tonight (Jan. 5) in the city Zawiercie. The event billed as Jurassic Fights features a pair of heavyweights Miroslaw Sienko and Ayman Hassanin battling it out for a prestigious belt.

The event is the first show featured on the WKN 2019 event calendar, which the organization announced earlier this week.

The official weigh-in ceremony was conducted on Friday. The bout is scheduled for three rounds in oriental kickboxing (K-1 rules).

The event is presented by Piotr Korpus and Radek Radman. The WKN Championship supervisor is Cezary Podraza.

Jurassic Fights follows a series of championships produced in Poland last year. The events took place across the country vising the city capital Warsaw, as well as Katowice and Zawiercie.

Early last month Justyna Ciborska earned World Kickboxing Network Super Featherweight junior title when she scored a unanimous decision against Felicia Larsson of Sweden. In October 2018 Przemyslaw Kierpacz became WKN Polish Middleweight champion, also taking a unanimous decision against Patryk Kimula in Zawiercie. Last May, Tomasz Sarara became WKN World Super Heavyweight champion, when he defeated Tomas Mozny by Round 4 TKO in Warsaw.

Heavyweight Miroslaw Sienko vs. Ayman Hassanin