Former WBO champion Krzysztof Głowacki showed unreal power in KSW.
Some may say that Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is a boxer’s worst nightmare, when they transition to the world of MMA. However, Krzysztof Głowacki was quick to remind us that anything is possible in MMA, at KSW Colosseum 2.
When he competed against Patryk Tołkaczewski at KSW Colosseum 2, Głowacki was making his debut as a professional MMA fighter. Prior to this, he was a fairly successful boxer, having won the WBO cruiserweight title and several other belts over the course of his career that has seen him go 32-4.
Krzysztof Głowacki Shows Unreal Power
For a lot of fighters, going from boxing to MMA means training to avoid takedowns and keep the fight standing as much as possible. However, Krzysztof Głowacki showed that there is much simpler wag to handle being taken down when you are limited in your Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
Less than two minutes into his fight with Patryk Tołkaczewski, Głowacki already found himself in one of the worst positions imaginable: on his back, in his opponent’s full mount. However, the video from KSW shows that rather than panic, or even try to get to his feet, the former boxing champ chose to just throw a punch as hard as he could from his back, somehow generating enough force to knock out his opponent, before effortlessly rolling him over and finishing the job.