(Four Heavyweight records broken)
BOXERS: 🇵🇱Adam Kownacki & 🇺🇸Chris Arreola
FEAT ACCOMPLISHED: Both fighters combined threw the most punches in a single fight in Heavyweight history, also landing the most combined punches in a single fight in Heavyweight history. Arreola individually set the Heavyweight record for most punches thrown, and Kownacki set the Heavyweight record for most punches landed.
THE PATH TO THE GOAL:📈 When the fight signing was made public, the immediate consensus was that we were going to get an action packed fight, due to 🇵🇱Adam Kownacki & 🇺🇸Chris Arreola’s base styles locked in with one another, where both fighters could only fight one way, and that’s to come forward, fighting inside which is where they have earned their keeps throughout their careers. We essentially got the type of fight we anticipated, and there was a lot of activity back and forth throughout those 12 rounds that ultimately contributed to some of the astonishing overall numbers that were put up after the fight concluded. Continue reading “On the Radar:📡 Adam Kownacki & Chris Arreola”
It was the fight boxing fans expected to see when this fight was announced. Unbeaten Heavyweight 🇵🇱Adam Kownacki (20-0-0, 15KO) went 12 hard fought rounds with veteran 🇺🇸Chris Arreola (38-6-1, 33KO) at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, winning a unanimous decision 118-110 on one card, and 117-111 on the other two cards. Continue reading “Kownacki Slugs out Decision Over Arreola in Brooklyn”
This Saturday, unbeaten Polish born Heavyweight contender 🇵🇱Adam Kownacki has his sights set on adding his name to the current Heavyweight title picture with the likes of Andy Ruiz, Deontay Wilder, Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua. Continue reading “Kownacki Faces Arreola as Brooklyn Headliner”
By Tre Berry
Arguably Brooklyn’s most popular fighter, the proud Polish-born, Brooklyn resident Adam Kownacki (19-0-0, 15KO) demolished veteran Heavyweight contender Gerald Washington (19-3-1, 12KO) stopping him in the 2nd round via TKO, putting him down in the round while walking through Washington’s defense. Referee Harvey Dock was hesitant in whether he wanted to let Washington continue or not, but he gave him a chance, but quickly stopped it after he had no defense for what was coming, or had the where-with-all to fire anything back. This was Kownacki’s 8th fight that he won in the Barclay’s Center.