Alen ‘The Savage’ Babic took on Adam Balski in his first fight in the newly created bridgerweight division.
Alen Babic was unable to deliver his 11th straight knockout against Polish challenger Adam Balski on Saturday night.
Babiv was fighting for the first time in the new bridgerweight division, a class designed to accommodate fighters on their way to heavyweight from heavyweight, or for heavyweights who find themselves too light to challenge the best.
Babic was rocked in the opening 20 seconds but eventually came back to win by unanimous decision in a brutal match.
Here’s everything you need to know to watch Babic vs. Balski on DAZN
Can I watch the replay of Babic vs. Balski on DAZN?
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Where was the Babic vs. Balski fight?
The fight took place at the O2 Arena in London.
File and biography of Alen Babic
- Nationality: Croatia
- Date of Birth: November 17, 1990
- Height: 6′ 1″
- Reach: N / A
- Total fights: 11
- Record: 11-0 (10 KOs)
Dossier and biography of Adam Balski
- Nationality: Poland
- Date of Birth: November 13, 1990
- Height: 6′ 2″
- Reach: 75″
- Total fights: 18
- Record: 16-2 (9 KOs)
Babic vs. Balski fight card
- Joshua Buatsi vs. Craig Richards; Light heavyweight
- Chantelle Cameron vs. Victoria Moelia Bustos; WBC and IBF world light welterweight titles
- Alen Babic versus Adam Balski; Heavy weights
- Robbie Davies Jr vs. Javier Molina; for Davies’ WBA Continental super lightweight title
- Ellie Scotney vs. Maria Cecilia Roman; for Scotney’s WBA Intercontinental super bantamweight title
- Cheavon Clarke vs. Pawel Martyniuk; Cruiserweight
- Cyrus Pattinson vs. Dimitri Trenei; Welterweight
- John Hedges versus Robert Balturu; Light heavy
- Shiloh Defreitas vs. Iliyan Markov; Welterweight