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KSI vs. Swarmz and KSI vs. Pineda Results: The worst fight you’ll ever watch

Results are out for the KSI vs. Swarmz and KSI vs. Pineda fights from the 2 Fights 1 Night fight card on Saturday night. This event took place at the O2 Arena in London, England.

KSI: The King of Fouls

This has been the worst fight that I have ever witnessed. Clearly no one in the ring had any boxing skills whatsoever. There’s not much to expect from Swarmz as he agreed to the fight on short notice and had no prior boxing experience, and it was obvious. KSI however is the one-eyed king amongst the blind (Swarmz and Pineda).

As for Pineda, KSI kept fouling him, hitting on the back of his head. By the second round despite repeated appeals by Pineda there was no action against KSI so he refused to continue.

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Olajide ‘KSI’ Olatunji

KSI, a well-known rapper and YouTuber, will try to box against two opponents in one evening. He defeated fellow influencer Logan Paul by a split decision in November 2019 to earn his first professional boxing victory. Prior to that, he had a 1-0-1 amateur boxing record. He had defeated Joe Weller and then fought Paul to a majority draw.

KSI vs Swarmz

British rapper Swarmz is debuting as a professional boxer.

KSI defeated his first of two opponents on Saturday with ease. The YouTube star knocked out rapper Swarmz, who agreed to the fight on short notice and had no prior boxing experience, and it was obvious.

Prior to scoring the first of two knockdowns, KSI spent the majority of the fight chasing Swarmz around the arena.

In the second round, Swarmz was knocked to the ground by a left hand for the second time, and he had no interest in getting back up. The official stoppage took place at 28 seconds into the second round, with KSI scheduled to compete again in a few hours.

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KSI vs Luiz Alcaraz Pineda

Mexican boxer Luis Alcaraz Pineda has a record of 2-5 in the ring.

Pineda apparently met the requirements based on seven professional fights, but he didn’t exactly put on a good fight.

Before finally putting Pineda on the ground with a punch at 50 seconds into the third round to secure the victory, KSI knocked him down several times. After knocking out Swarmz, who accepted the fight with no prior fight experience and only two weeks to prepare for the card, it was his second knockout of the evening.

Repeated Fouls

After landing another vicious blow, KSI knocked Pineda to the ground, but the Mexican-born fighter continued to complain to the referee about being struck in the back of the head. The punch that clipped him was to the side of the head, as evidenced by replays, but Pineda was still dissatisfied with how the fight was progressing.

The first round continued in the same manner, with Pineda repeatedly pointing to the back of his head in an effort to get the referee to step in and stop the fight. By the second round despite repeated appeals by Pineda there was no action against KSI so he refused to continue.

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Results for KSI 2 Fights 1 Night are listed below.

Fight card Results

KSI def. Luis Alcaraz Pineda by TKO at 0:54 of Round 3.

Slim Albaher def. FaZe Temperrr by KO at 2:20 of Round 2.

Deji Olatunji def. Fousey by TKO (retirement) at 1:28 of Round 3.

King Kenny def. FaZe Sensei by majority decision (38-38, 39-37, 39-38)

Salt Papi def. Andy Warski by TKO at 0:29 of Round 1.

Sam Hyde def. Thmpsn by TKO at 1:28 of Round 3

Deen the Great def. Evil Hero by TKO at 2:52 of Round 1.

KSI def. Swarmz by TKO at 0:28 of Round 2

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Nischal Bahuguna
Nischal Bahugunahttp://thesportslite.com
Nischal is a martial arts practitioner and loves the technical aspect of martial arts. Here at The Sports Lite he technically reviews UFC fights. He is pursuing a career in marketing and enjoys exploring off-road trails, going on weekend hikes, and having new experiences.
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