Paul Slowinski

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Paul Slowinski
Paul 01.jpg
Born Paweł Słowiński
(1980-09-24) 24 September 1980 (age 34)
Strzegom, Poland
Other names The Sting
Height 1.90 m (6 ft 3 in)
Weight 110 kg (240 lb; 17 st)
Division Light Heavyweight
Cruiserweight
Heavyweight
Heavyweight (MMA)
Super Heavyweight
Style Muay Thai
Fighting out of Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Team Flinders Muaythai (1998–present)
Team Hoost (2007–2009)
Blackzillians (MMA) (2013 - Present)
Trainer Alan Wong (1998–present)
Ernesto Hoost (2007–2009)
Years active 1999–present (Kickboxing)
2013–present (MMA)
Kickboxing record
Total 128
Wins 106
By knockout 62
Losses 21
By knockout 8
Draws 1
Mixed martial arts record
Total 2
Wins 1
By knockout 1
By submission 0
By decision 0
Losses 1
By knockout 0
By submission 1
By decision 0
Draws 0
No contests 0
Other information
Mixed martial arts record from Sherdog
last updated on: June 14, 2014

Paul "The Sting" Slowinski (born 24 September 1980) is a Polish kickboxer, a four-time World Muay Thai Council (WMC) Muay Thai World champion and two-time K-1 World GP 2006 in Auckland and K-1 World GP 2007 in Amsterdam champion. After two years training in Amsterdam, Netherlands under Ernesto Hoost, Paul moved back to Adelaide in 2009, back to his former trainer Alan Wong.

Biography[edit]

Paul Slowinski was born in Strzegom, Poland and immigrated to Adelaide, Australia in 1996 as a teenager with his mother and brother. He started kickboxing in 1998 under Alan Wong. He turned pro on February 2001.

He faced Cătălin Moroşanu at the K-1 World Grand Prix 2012 in Tokyo Final 16 on 14 October 2012[1][2] and lost via unanimous decision after visiting the canvas twice in round three.[3]

He defeated Nato Lauui via unanimous decision at Kings of Kombat 8 in Melbourne on 8 December 2012.[4]

Slowinski and Ben Edwards will met for the fourth time on 23 March 2013 in Canberra, Australia at Capital Punishment 7.[5] Edwards won on points to bring their rivalry to 2-2.[6]

He will make his professional MMA debut against Leamy Tato at MMA Downunder 4, on 21 September 2013. The event is being held at the Adelaide Arena in Adelaide, South Australia. He spend time training for this bout with the Blackzilians training camp in Boca Raton, Florida.[7]

He lost to Raul Cătinaș by third round KO at the SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix 2013 Final in Galați, Romania on December 21, 2013.[8]

Slowinski defeated Tsotne Rogava via unanimous decision to win the WMC World Super Heavyweight (+95 kg/209 lb) Championship at Monte Carlo Fighting Masters 2014 in Monte Carlo, Monaco on June 14, 2014.[9][10][11]

Titles[edit]

  • 2014 WMC Super Heavyweight World champion
  • 2011 I.S.K.A. Heavyweight World champion
  • 2010 K-1 Oceania GP in Canberra runner up
  • 2009 International Kickboxer Magazine Super Heavyweight(+95 kg) champion
  • 2009 WMC Super Heavyweight World champion
  • 2008 WMC Super Heavyweight World champion
  • 2007 WMC Super Heavyweight World champion
  • 2007 K-1 World GP in Amsterdam champion
  • 2006 K-1 World Grand Prix in Auckland champion
  • 2005 KOMA GP in Tokyo champion
  • 2005 WMC World Heavyweight GP champion
  • 2005 King of Oceania champion
  • 2003 WMC Heavyweight World champion
  • 2002 WMC Cruiserweight World champion
  • 2001 WMC Light Heavyweight World champion
  • 2001 Super 8 Tournament in Brisbane champion
  • 1999 IAMTF Australian Super Light Heavyweight champion
  • 1999 King's Birthday Cup Amateur champion

Fight record[edit]

Kickboxing Record

Legend:       Win       Loss       Draw/No contest       Notes

Mixed martial arts record[edit]

Res. Record Opponent Method Event Date Round Time Location Notes
Loss 1-2 Michal Andryszak TKO (punches) KSW 26 22 March 2014 1 1:06 Warsaw, Poland
Loss 1-1 Marcin Rozalski Submission (rear-naked choke) KSW 24 29 September 2013 1 - Lodz, Poland
Win 1-0 Leamy Tato TKO (head kick & punches) MMA Downunder 4 21 September 2013 1 2:27 Adelaide, Australia

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