This past Saturday was a very quiet day in the Heavyweight division though we did have a couple of bouts.
The most notable of those, at least for us, saw the unbeaten Adam Kownacki (7-0, 7) extend his stoppage record to 7 straight stoppages as he over-came the big punching Charles Ellis (9-2-1, 8) in the 5th round a scheduled 6 rounder. For Kownacki this was easily the best win of his career though we're still unsure just how good he is given that Ellis was a 39 year old without a notable win in almost 7 years.
On the same card there was also a win for the under-rated Joey Dawejko (11-3-2, 4) who made extremely light work of David Williams (7-9-2, 2) who was stopped in just 108 seconds. We'll admit we have a soft spot for Dawejko and hope that he gets to show his skills against a decent fighter on the lower end of a televised card, though we also know that he's never going to be a contender.