KSW 72 results as Tomasz Romanowski stuns Andrzej Grzebyk and Brian Hooi lights up Kielce

Tomasz Romanowski extended his winning run to three consecutive fights after knocking out Andrzej Grzebyk in the opening round.

The victory will be a bittersweet one for the Pole, who weighed in seven pounds over the limit and was fined 50% of his purse. 

Nevertheless, the 33-year-old is now on a three-fight winning run, having enjoyed earlier victories over Aleksandar Rakas and Michal Pietrzak.

Romanowski improved his record to 16 victories, eight defeats and one no-contest.

Elsewhere, Dawid Smielowski maintained his KSW undefeated record after landing a devastating body kick to secure a knockout victory over fellow countryman Patryk Kaczmarczyk.

In one of the most exciting fights of the night, Dutchman Brian Hooi introduced himself to the KSW audience with an emphatic knockout finish against Michal Pietrzak.

Photo Credit: KSW
Photo Credit: KSW

Frenchman Oumar Sy, in contrast, improved his record to 7-0 with a dominant decision victory over Bartlomiej Gladkowicz.

Former world kickboxing champion Emilia Czerwinska was also successful with an impressive win over Croatian starlet Sara Luzar-Smajic.

KSW 72 Results

Main Event: Welterweight

Tomasz Romanowski (16-8) def. Andrzej Grzebyk (18-6) via TKO (punches), round 1, 3:53.

Co-Main Event: Featherweight

Dawid Smielowski (10-0) def. Patryk Kaczmarczyk (8-2) via KO (body kick), round 2, 2:51.

Welterweight

Brian Hooi (18-8) def. Michal Pietrzak (10-6-1) via TKO (elbows), round 1, 3:20.

Flyweight

Emilia Czerwinska (2-0) def. Sara Luzar-Smajic (4-2) via unanimous decision (29-27, 29-28 x 2).

Light Heavyweight

Oumar Sy (7-0) vs. Bartlomiej Gladkowicz (8-3) via unanimous decision (30-25, 30-26, 30-27).

Bantamweight

Patryk Surdyn (7-2) def. Gustavo Oliveira (8-2) via unanimous decision (30-26 x 3).

Lightweight

Yann Liasse (8-1) def. Hubert Szymajda (9-6) via unanimous decision (30-26, 29-28 x 2).

Welterweight

Robert Maciejowski (6-4-1) def. Arkadiusz Kaszuba (3-2) via split decision (29-28 x 2, 28-29).

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