- Mother defeats son’s ex-girlfriend in MMA bout
- Małgorzata Zwierzyńska, 50, won fight by knockout
- Poland is well known for holding bizarre fighting events
A 50-year-old mother has proved that age is just a number by knocking out her son’s 19-year-old ex-girlfriend in a bizarre mixed martial arts event in Poland on Saturday.
Many fight fans were shocked to hear that Małgorzata Zwierzyńska, who also goes by the name ‘Gosia Magical’, was planning a cage fight against her son’s ex-girlfriend, Nikola Alokin.
Zwierzyńska, who has found fame online making videos with her streamer son Daniel, proved she was up to the task and defeated her much younger opponent by TKO thanks to a flurry of punches.
The fighting novice surprised everyone with her technique and composure against Alokin.
‘Thank god slippers weren’t allowed otherwise it would’ve been a blood bath,’ wrote one fan on X.
Fight fans thought Małgorzata Zwierzyńska would be soundly beaten by her son’s ex-girlfriend, Nikola Alokin – but the 50-year-old proved them wrong
‘Don’t ever mess with a mother after you break her child’s heart,’ said another.
‘More entertaining than any Paul fight,’ replied a third.
The Polish fight promotion that hosted the event, Clout MMA, is known for staging outlandish bouts.
Other MMA promotions from the region have made headlines in recent years for all the wrong reasons.
In 2021, the International Mixed Martial Arts Federation condemned an inter-gender MMA fight in Poland which saw a female fighter get horrifically knocked out by her male counterpart.
The referee for the MMA-VIP event was forced to end the bout as the woman suffered a series of blows as the crowd cheered.
Viewers described the scenes as ‘horrific’ and ‘absurd’.
‘Media coverage has brought our attention to an inter-sex MMA bout that took place in Poland over the weekend,’ IMMAF CEO Densign White said in a statement.
It’s not the first time a cage fight in Poland has created headlines, as the country is well-known for holding bizarre and often unregulated MMA events
‘Although neither the promoter nor competitors have any association with IMMAF, as the international governing body for amateur mixed martial arts, I feel it is important that I state our position.
‘IMMAF categorically disagrees with this intentionally scandalous, form of entertainment, which does not represent the sport of MMA or its values and puts women at risk.
‘It is unacceptable that women and men should compete against each other in combat sports, essentially for reasons of safety but also fair play, and we in no way endorse this.’