Fighting arts are extremely fierce and violent, but it doesn’t affect their staginess at all. Among the multiplicity of tournaments and leagues held, it’s better to pay special attention to single battles.
The Bulgarian heavyweight fighter got the victory effortlessly in a battle against his American colleague, Frank Peace, reports espn.com.
Kubrat Pulev stopped the opponent in the first round of his triad fighting rules fight on this Saturday night.
The well-known heavyweight boxer hit a couple of powerful blows on Frank Peace and after gave a fierce both right and left kicks. As a result, the American staggered into the corner and the referee stepped in to protect the battered fighter.
The triad rules allow both participants to wear mixed martial arts gloves, and hitting and grappling are legitimate techniques that everybody can use.
Let’s mention that earlier Kubrat Pulev performed with Anthony Joshua as an IBF mandatory challenger, where he was stopped by the now-deposed champion.
As for Frank Peace, he is a 42-year-old former UFC heavyweight champion, but the Bulgarian rival appeared to be more prepared.
The winner has already said he is going to return to the boxing ring next year after the triangle performance at Globe Life Field in Arlington.
Source: DAZN NEWS