It’s fight night! Jan Blachowicz will once again enter into the worlds most famous Octagon to face former middleweight champion, Luke Rockhold. Most of you probably believe that Polish people support Blachowicz purely because of his nationality. Well, it’s not … Continue reading Polish Corner: Three Reasons Why We Love Jan Blachowicz
This Saturday night, one of the most important cards in all of MMA history will take place as Marta ‘Linkimaster’ Linkiewicz takes to the sold-out Sports Hall in Częstochowa; Poland, to take on the fierce, Aniela Bogusz in the main … Continue reading Sex, Drugs & Strongmen: The Rise Of FAME MMA
During yesterday’s KSW weigh ins, an incident happened – Both Roberto Soldic and Krystian Kaszubowski were bombarded with pigs trotters when they stood on stage. Marc Diakiese came out and claimed the incident was due to racism, so StipeTapped decided to perform a deeper investigation into what actually occurred and why. First time in Poland and the racism is unreal!! — Bonecrusher ☠️ (@Marc_Diakiese) May 17, 2019 Yes, it was not a coincidence that pig trotters where thrown during the Soldic Kaszubowski weigh-in. But it had nothing to do with Soldic or Diakiese being in attendance Gotta admit having heard … Continue reading Polish corner: What Really Happened At The KSW Weigh Ins?
The world of Polish MMA is rather fascinating – it is so unique, that no other country can be compared when it comes to anecdotes, stories or events. That is why I am now starting the “Polish Corner” – a non-cyclic series of articles about our beautiful sport. To kick it off – here are six things that should have happened at some point in Polish MMA, but – sadly – have not. Pawel Nastula has never walked out to “Randori” by Peja Pawel Nastula is a legend when it comes to Martial Arts in Poland. He’s an Olympic Gold … Continue reading Polish Corner: Six Things That Should Have Happened In Polish MMA (but, sadly, have not)