After an exciting fight in the evening, Artur Szpilka defeated Mariusz Wach in an uneven fashion at the premiere of "Knockout Boxing Night" at the Arena Gliwice. He was on the boards in the last round of "Szpil", but he stood up and clearly froze, managed to reach the last gong. After reading the verdict, there were riots in the ring and "Szpila" was ready to enter into a conspiracy.
The fight started very promising. From the outset Wach tried to force Szpilka to work with the active sol. Szpilka, on the other hand, with the right hand by adding the left sickle and responded very focused. There was very little loss at the end of the opening confrontation, and Wach took her to the right-hand side of her opponent. – Slowed down – Andrzej Grawczyk, the coach of "Szpil", demanded, paying attention to the item they were working too much during the preparations.
In the second round Wach initially gave up the pre-hand to give the right stroke to the stroke by giving up the activity. Szpilka, on the other hand, was very active and took out a good left butt twice. Until half the time, "Wiking" closed his girl in the corner for the first time, but Arthur immediately got into trouble and led to a college. At some point during the right-to-right junction where Szpilka's jaw fell to the bottom, the KnockOut Promotions group seemed slightly bumpy under the legs of the player, but the 29-year-old quickly regained its resonance.
The third round began with a good left Wach, but Szpilka responded with an equally successful blow. However, the corner of eyi Szpil ı realized that ığ Wiking itten was made of granite and demanded perforation. Artur was very energetic and Mariusz gave the impression that he had become better. When he still struck a blow in the quarrels of "Szpila" and required to enter the boxers of Judge Leszek Jankowiak, he flashed gently immediately after the gong.
The fourth round began with a strong change when Szpilka took two strong blows. Wach tried to fight harder, but Arthur responded with a striking combination. At one point the wieliczanin ignited a very sharp left wheel, but it was not sensitive. In anger, Wach ran to the opponent and had trouble, returned to his old sin, so he dropped his hands. But "Szpila" answered the attack of Wach, and they both turned the audience into the most spectacular tours ever.
– You have to sit down, leaving your hands more – his coach, Piotr Wilczewski, on the Wacha break.
Cracovian took these words to the heart, he took Szpilka to the corner, but no blows. The two-meter field rivaled the opponent, and after a while, he still tried to shorten the ring, but "Szpila" pulled out the trouble again and brought the fight to the center of the ring where he felt safest. The "Boards" smelled in the last dozen or a few seconds, when the Wacha Szpilka on the right clearly survived. He crouched down a bit and couldn't get any more, then left back and got out of trouble.
Contracts for a ten-pound battle in the second half started at a slightly quieter pace, but a minute after the end of the Wach, he finally pointed with his right hand and Szpilka's ex-devils returned. A boxer from Wieliczka suddenly left his hands irresponsibly irresponsibly and missed a duel of his own accord. During the break, Andrzej Gmitruk went out of his way to bring orders to the rebellious protest.
The coach's intentions had an effect, Szpilka regained concentration and started the next installment very energetically, successfully doubling the combinations of 2-3 couples and scoring the opponent. Wach tried to search his right jaw and did not run short enough to detonate it on the chin of "Hook". However, Artur did not allow himself to hurt himself, except for one minute.
Inactivity Wacha "Szpila" in the first minute of the eighth lap, by defeating his rival perfectly and skillfully half the distance was eliminated by physical deficiencies. Passover Wacha made one of the three minutes of this struggle to score the referees.
The Wacha corner on the lower right and right grapple was revived, but still the moving Pin was a difficult goal for the opponent. For ten years, the younger, wieliczanin, played "Viking", which was unconditional to maintain the intensity of the beginning of the duel. Capital exchanges began in the last seconds ropes, "Szpila" received a strong blow, but when the gong broke, boxers were separated by a flash by judge Leszek Jankowiak.
He started with a great Wach's activity on the last lap, "turned" his legs and began chasing Pin on the ring. "Wiking" was probably aware that only one knockout would allow him to solve this fight in his favor. And a minute before Wach ended, he grabbed Szpilka with a strong-pound shot from above and sent his opponent to the boards. "Szpila" rose and relied only on the character in the last 40 seconds, but Wach did not let go, but put his fists on the counter-jaws hell. Fully stunned characteristic Szpilka, jumped to the last gong with a miracle and won a valuable victory with the referees 2-1.
Judges 97: 93 Szpilka, 93:96 Wach and 95:94 Szpilka and whistles indicating that the sections of the stands were not approved for decisions in the hall. The duel was so hard to deal with, it seems hard to get a rematch.