In Poland we had a trio of Heavyweight clashes with all 3 bouts ending earlier.
The quickest victory of the night came for Kamil Zielinski (1-0-1, 1) who took just 86 seconds to take out the previously unbeaten Oliver Nagy (2-1). Nagy, despite having more than 60lbs of weight advantage was found to be deeply wanting against Zielinski.
It took Marcin Najman (14-4, 10) less than 2 rounds to get rid of debutant Martin Pacas (0-1) thanks to some hurtful body shots that sent Pacas down 3 times.
The longest Heavyweight bout in Poland saw Jacek Chruslicki (2-0, 1) stopping Piotr Barczyk (0-1) in the 3rd of a scheduled 4 rounds as the fans got warmed up for the main action of the night.
American Shaun Seymore (3-0, 3) recorded his 3rd successive opening round victory as he stopped human patsy Brandon Bennett (0-6) who has now been stopped 6 times in 6 bouts. Amazingly from his 6 bouts Bennett has recorded just 8 combined rounds which leaves us wondering why he continues.
Argentinian Juan Orlando Toloza (6-5, 3) proved that not every Heavyweight fight had to end early however as he took a 6 round decision over Miguel Angel Morell (6-15-1, 6). Amazingly this was just the second time in 22 fights that Morell had been the distance.
The strangest bout of the night was another decision victory, though this one came in the US as former Light Welterweight (yes you read that right) Efren Brown (10-9-1, 6) ended a 22 year break from the ring. Brown, giving away age, natural size and activity was out pointed by the 39 year old Scott Conner (12-4, 8) who himself was returning after 9 years out. Bizarre.