Female MMA Fighter Knocked Out By Man In ‘Horrifying’ Inter-Gender Fight

A female MMA fighter was defeated by her male opponent in what viewers called a “horrifying” inter-gender fight. Ula Siekacz fought Piotr Lisowski on October 29 but only lasted two rounds before a referee called for an end to the fight after Lisowski pinned her to the ground and repeatedly hit her in the head.

  1. Footage of the fight was absolutely shocking. MMA fighting is known for being particularly brutal, but seeing a man pounding a woman into the ground is extra shocking. Some fans described it as “absurd” while another questioned: “How is this sanctioned?”
  2. Siekacz is actually totally fine. She wasn’t totally knocked out and managed to stand back on her feet after the ref ended the fight. She later confirmed that she’s okay after receiving so many hits.
  3. She was extremely unhappy with the fight result. She took to Instagram after the fight to share footage from a post-fight interview in which she admitted that she was “very dissatisfied” that “it didn’t work out.” She also said she was “disappointed” in herself for losing the right. “Unfortunately for now I still have those negative emotions,” she added.
  4. Siekacz wasn’t ready for the fight to end. While it seemed she was on the ground getting pummeled and there was no way back, Siekacz believes she could have gone longer if the ref hadn’t ended it. “I got more hits before and I could withstand those so I think the third round could easily happen,” she said. “I have a lot of regret for the referee that he stopped it.”
  5. She doesn’t plan to repeat the experience. While Siekacz knew what she was getting into and “consciously took up” the fight with Lisowski, she doesn’t plan to fight a man again in the future because she is “not going to get slapped by a guy anymore.”

 

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Jennifer has been the managing editor of Bolde since its launch in 2014. Before that, she was the founding editor of HelloGiggles and also worked as an entertainment writer for Bustle and Digital Spy. Her work has been published in Bon Appetit, Decider, Vanity Fair, The New York TImes, and many more.
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