当地时间2019年3月30日DSF Kickboxing Challenge 21期在瑞士卢森堡打响，本期头条主赛Yohan LIDON vs. Kamil JENEL。下面为优酷网友“比蒙狂兽”上传的比赛赛后视频。
Full results below.
DSF Kickboxing Challenge championship fight
81 kg: Kamil Jenel (Poland) beats Yohan Lidon (France) via decision (50-48, 50-47, 50-46)
75 kg: Michał Ronkiewicz (Poland) beats Maciej ‘Irokeza’ Jewtuszko (Poland) via decision (30-28, 30-28, 30-28)
DSF HW tournament quarterfinals:
+95 kg: Michał Turyński (Poland) beats Ivan Bartek (Slovakia) via KO (flying knee) in the very first round
+95 kg: Danil Shatalov (Russia) beats Georgij Fibich (Czech Republic) via decision (30-28, 30-28, 29-28)
-56 kg: Ewa Pietrzykowska (Palestra Warszawa) beats Iwona Nieroda (Poland) via split decision after extra round
-91 kg: Remigiusz Smoliński (Poland) pokonał Brice’a Kombou (Cameroon) via KO (high kick) in the very first round
81 kg: Alexey Lyubchenko (Ukraine) beats Bartłomiej Domalik (Poland) via decision (30-28, 29-28, 29-28)
75 kg: Damian Pająk (Poland) beats Sergey Kravchenko (Ukraine) via decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-28)
DSF Kickboxing Challenge 21 took place last Saturday in Myslowice, Poland.
The event featured an 81 kg title contest, as well as DSF Heavyweight Tournament Quarterfinal bouts and ranking matches.
Respected fight journalist and DSF commentator Pawel Sawicki called the action at ringside, and here is his recap and official results.
DSF Kickboxing Challenge 21 Recap by Pawel Sawicki
Saturday, March 30 in Myslowice, Poland, DSF Kickboxing Challenge held their 21st show. The leading kickboxing promotion in Poland organized 8 fights, including two DSF Heavyweight tournament quarterfinals. DSF 81 kg champion Kamil Jenel (28-5) beat Frenchman Yohan Lidon (137-37) to defend his belt in the main event.
Kamil Jenel is a former Benelux champion and Enfusion veteran. He returned to Poland about 5 years ago, and fights for the biggest Polish kickboxing promotion.
Jenel used his footwork and combinations to neutralize Lidon’s style. The judges scored the bout 50-48, 50-47, and 50-46 in Jenel’s favor.
The Pole said after the fight he fought with a knee injury and needs surgery. It was Jenel’s 4th title defense, and 14th win in row.
Ronkiewicz Defeats UFC Veteran
Wroclaw’s own Michal Ronkiewicz (6-6) defeated former KSW champion and WEC/UFC veteran, Maciej ‘Irokez’ Jewtuszko (2-1) via unanimous decision.
It was a tough fight for Ronkiewicz, who put pressure on Jewtuszko, and tried to score with high kicks and punches. Jewtuszko tried to keep distance and it worked. Ronkiewicz scored more clean punches and kicks so the judges gave him the win. All three judges scored the bout 30-28 for the winner.
Turynski, Shatalov Advance in DSF Heavyweight Tournament
Glory and King of Kings veteran Michal Turynski (28-12) made quick work of Enfusion veteran Ivan Bartek (35-10-3).
The Wroclaw native landed a big right hand that knocked Slovakia’s Bartek down. Turynski landed a flying knee right after the count, and Bartek fell to the canvas. It was a huge KO by Turynski, and the third time in DSF he ended a fight via stoppage. Turynski advances to a semifinal bout against Danil Shatalov in Moscow in June.
Shatalov (8-5-2) scored a win against the very flexible and unorthodox Czech, Georgij Fibich (25-4). The St. Petersburg fighter used his boxing skills to neutralize Fibich’s spinning techniques.
The Russian worked his knees very well, but fought with an injury. Shatalov took a knee from Fibich which caused a lot of pain in his chest. He survived, and scored a win. Judges scores were unanimously 30-28, 30-2,and 29-28 for the Russian, who advances to the semifinals.
Controversy in Ladies Ranking Match
A lot of controversy in the fight between multiple-time WAKO amateur champion Iwona Nieroda (15-1) and WAKO amateur junior world champion Ewa Pietrzykowska (2-0). Both had their moments, but the judges did not declare a winner after three rounds, and we witnessed the extra round.
Pietrzykowska convinced two of three judges to give her credit after the extra round, and made a big surprise. Nieroda lost for the first time but it was very close, and a lot of people disagreed with the judges’ decision. We will probably see a rematch.
Two young phenoms, Bartlomiej Domalik (3-4) and Alexey Lubchenko (18-5-1), met in the ring in the main card’s opening bout. Lubchenko, who is a younger brother of Igor Lubchenko, showed his experience and outpointed Domalik. The fight was a great pleasure to watch, as both showed outstanding technique and skill and received loud applause after the fight. Lubchenko won unanimously by scores of 29-28 (twice) and 30-28.
Kamil Jenel proteges Remigiusz Smolinski and Damian Pajak won their fights. Smolinski KO’ed Brice Kombou with a high kick in a surprise. There was some controversy because he landed a toe in Kombou’s eye during the high kick, and the Cameroonian fighter could not continue.
Pajak outpointed more-experienced Ukrainian Sergey Kravchenko in the opening bout.
The next DSF Kickboxing Challenge event, DSF 22, takes place on 26 April.
Kamil Jenel (Polska) vs Yohan Lidon (Francja)
Michał Ronkiewicz (Polska) vs Maciej Jewtuszko (Polska)
TURNIEJ WAGI CIĘŻKIEJ
Michał Turyński (Polska) vs Ivan Bartek (Słowacja)
Georgij Fibich (Czechy) vs Danil Shatalov (Rosja)
Iwona Nieroda (Polska) vs Ewa Pietrzykowska (Polska)
Remigiusz Smoliński (Polska) vs Brice Kombou (Kamerun)
Bartłomiej Domalik (Polska) vs Oleksii Lubchenko (Ukraina)
Damian Pająk (Polska) vs Serhii Kravchenko (Ukraina)
Mateusz Jagielski (Polska) vs Anton Otverchenko (Ukraina)
81 kg: Kamil Jenel (Polska) pokonał Yohana Lidona (Francja) przez jednogłośną decyzję
75 kg: Michał Ronkiewicz (Polska) pokonał Macieja Jewtuszko (Polska) przez jednogłośną decyzję
TURNIEJ WAGI CIĘŻKIEJ:
+ 91 kg: Michał Turyński (Polska) pokonała Ivan Bartka (Słowacja) przez KO w pierwszej rundzie
+91 kg: Danil Shatalov (Rosja) pokonał Georgija Firbicha (Czechy) przez decyzję
56 kg: Ewa Pietrzykowska (Polska) pokonała Iwonę Nierodę (Polska) po dogrywce
+91 kg: Remigiusz Smoliński (Polska) pokonał Brice'a Kombou (Kamerun) przez KO w pierwszej rundzie
81 kg: Oleksii Lubchenko (Ukraina) pok. Bartłomieja Domalika (Polska) przez jednogłośną decyzję
76 kg: Damian Pająk (Polska) pok. Serhii Kravchenko (Ukraina) przez decyzję
Pojedynek o pas w wadze średniej:
-81 kg: Kamil Jenel (Polska) vs Yohan Lidon (Francja)
-75 kg: Michał Ronkiewicz (Gym Fight Wrocław) vs Maciej 'Irokez' Jewtuszko (Berserker's Team
Ćwierćfinały turnieju wagi ciężkiej:
+95 kg: Michał Turyński (Polska) vs Ivan Bartek (Słowacja)
+95 kg Georgij Fibich (Czechy) vs Danil Shatalov (Rosja)
-56 kg: Ewa Pietrzykowska (Palestra Warszawa) vs Iwona Nieroda (UKS Diament Pstrągawa)
-91 kg: Remigiusz Smoliński (Polska) vs Brice Kombou (Niemcy)
-81 kg: Bartosz Domalik (Polska) vs Alexey Lyubchenko (Ukraina)