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Paul Slowinski

Born Paweł Słowiński
September 24, 1980 (1980-09-24) (age 29)
Strzegom, Poland
Other names The Sting
Nationality Australia Australia
Poland Poland
Height 1.90 m (6 ft 3 in)
Weight 110 kg (240 lb; 17 st)
Style Muay Thai
Fighting out of Adelaide, Australia
Team Flinders Muaythai (1998-present)
Team Hoost (2007-2009)
Trainer Alan Wong (1998-present)
Ernesto Hoost (2007-2009)
Years active 1999–present
Kickboxing record
Total 92
Wins 75
By knockout 50
Losses 16
By knockout 6
Draws 1
last updated on: January 11, 2010

Paul "The Sting" Slowinski (born September 24, 1980) is a professional Polish-Australian martial artist and kickboxer, a four time 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, Holland under Ernesto Hoost, Paul moved back to Adelaide in 2009, back to his former trainer Alan Wong.

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Biography and career

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 and moved through the ranks and three different WMC weight divisions as a World Champion showing real talent and dedication to the sport.

In 2005 Paul qualified through the K-1 Kings of Oceania League to be one of the 4 men representing Oceania in the K-1 World GP 2006 in Auckland. He defeated Rony Sefo on points in the first round, and TKO'd Brad "BULL" Koek with leg kicks in semi finals, leaving Jason Suttie standing before him in the final. "The Sting" knocked out Suttie with a high kick to claim the K-1 World GP 2006 Oceania title.

He was then invited to Sapporo in July 30, 2006, to his first K-1 Japan event, and impressed the attendance with an easy victory over Japanese fighter Tatsufumi Tomihira.

His next bout was in September 30, 2006 in the Final 16 Qualification round at the Osaka-Jo Hall. He faced 2005 finalist Glaube Feitosa of Brazil and while putting up a good show, was beaten on points.

Paul's next fight was on the Xplosion Macau WMC World Title event. He used effective knees, clinching and kicks to secure a close victory over Swiss Xhavit Bajrami.

On December 2, 2006 at K-1 World Grand Prix 2006 Finals, Paul was selected to fight on undercard against Badr Hari from the Netherlands. He lost the fight by unanimous decision.

Titles

  • 2009 International Kickboxer Super Heavyweight(+95kg) title
  • 2009 WMC Super Heavyweight World champion
  • 2007 K-1 World GP in Amsterdam champion
  • 2007 WMC Super Heavyweight World champion
  • 2006 K-1 World Grand Prix in Auckland champion
  • 2005 WMC Heavyweight World title
  • 2003 WMC Cruiserweight World title
  • 2001 WMC Light Heavyweight World title
  • 1999 IAMTF Australian Super Light Heavyweight title
  • 1999 King's Birthday Cup Amateur champion

Kickboxing record

75 Wins (50 (T)KO's, 25 Decisions), 16 Losses
Date Result Opponent Event Method Round Time
2010-03-28 Latvia Konstantin Gluhov K-1 World Grand Prix 2010 in Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland
2010-01-09 Loss Egypt Hesdy Gerges Ring Sensation Championship: Uprising 12, Rotterdam, Netherlands Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
2009-11-14 Loss Australia Thor Hoopman Knees of Fury 27, Mile End, South Australia Decision (Unanimous) 5 3:00
2009-10-09 Win Australia Ben Edwards Evolution 18 Melbourne, IK Super Heavyweight title, Melbourne, Australia TKO (Low Kicks) 3
2009-06-26 Win France Patrice Quarteron Champions of Champions 2, Montego Bay, Jamaica, WMC Super Heavyweight World Title KO (Left hook) 2 1:55
2008-12-06 Loss Netherlands Melvin Manhoef K-1 World GP 2008 Final, Tokyo, Japan KO (Left hook) 1 2:26
2008-11-15 Win Croatia Domagoj Ostojic Angels of Fire IV Against All Odds, Plock, Poland KO 1
2008-09-27 Loss Netherlands Remy Bonjasky K-1 World GP 2008 Final 16, Seoul, Korea Decision (Majority) 3 3:00
08/09/2008 Win Morocco Aziz Jahjah K-1 World GP 2008 in Hawaii, Hawaii KO (Punches) 3 1:53
06/28/2008 Win Czech Republic Antonin Dusek European Muaythai Championships 2008 in Zgorzelec, Poland, WMC Super Heavyweight World Title TKO (Doctor stoppage) 2 3:00
04/26/2008 Loss Turkey Gokhan Saki K-1 World GP 2008 in Amsterdam, Netherlands KO (Left cross) 1 2:40
12/08/2007 Win United States Mighty Mo K-1 World Grand Prix 2007 Final, Japan TKO (Low kicks) 2 0:50
09/29/2007 Loss Netherlands Semmy Schilt K-1 World GP 2007 in Seoul Final 16, Korea KO (Knee) 1 2:26
07/28/2007 Win Sudan Faisal Zakarija Fists of Fury, WMC Super Heavyweight Title, Singapore TKO (Low kick) 4 0:08
06/23/2007 Win Switzerland Bjorn Bregy K-1 World Grand Prix 2007 in Amsterdam, Netherlands KO (Right Hook) 2 2:25
06/23/2007 Win Belarus Zabit Samedov K-1 World Grand Prix 2007 in Amsterdam, Netherlands TKO (2 Knockdown) 1 3:00
06/23/2007 Win Japan Hiromi Amada K-1 World Grand Prix 2007 in Amsterdam, Netherlands TKO (2 Knockdown) 1 1:50
06/02/2007 Win Iran Abbas Asaraki Fury in Macau, Macau TKO (Low kicks) 2 2:21
12/02/2006 Loss Morocco Badr Hari K-1 World Grand Prix 2006 Finals Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
11/11/2006 Win Switzerland Xhavit Bajrami Xplosion Macau Decision 5 3:00
09/30/2006 Loss Brazil Glaube Feitosa K-1 World Grand Prix 2006 in Osaka Opening Round Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
07/30/2006 Win Japan Tatsufumi Tomihira K-1 World Grand Prix 2006 in Sapporo Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
04/24/2006 Loss Russia Alexander Ustinov Mars, Seoul, Korea KO (Punches) 2 2:55
03/05/2006 Win New Zealand Jason Suttie K-1 World Grand Prix 2006 in Auckland, New Zealand KO (High kick) 2 1:45
03/05/2006 Win Australia Peter Graham K-1 World Grand Prix 2006 in Auckland, New Zealand KO (Low kicks) 2 1:42
03/05/2006 Win New Zealand Rony Sefo K-1 World Grand Prix 2006 in Auckland, New Zealand Decision 3 3:00
02/02/2006 Win United Arab Emirates Abdumalik Gadzhiev Knees of Fury 12, Adelaide, Australia KO (Leg kicks) 2
12/22/2005 Win Japan Yuuki Niimura KOMA GP, Tokyo, Japan KO 2
12/22/2005 Win Japan Kanenobu KOMA GP, Tokyo, Japan KO 2
12/22/2005 Win South Korea Soo Kyong KOMA GP, Tokyo, Japan KO 1
12/10/2005 Win Australia Ben Edwards K-1 Kings of Oceania 2005 Round 3, Gold Coast, Australia KO 2
11/04/2005 Loss New Zealand Jason Suttie Knees of Fury 11, Adelaide, Australia KO (Left hook) 3
10/08/2005 Win New Zealand Daniel Tai K-1 Kings of Oceania 2005 Round 2 Auckland, NZ TKO 2
08/22/2005 Win South Korea Kwak Yoon Sup Titans 2nd, Tokyo, Japan KO (Low kicks) 1 0:38
07/10/2005 Win New Zealand Sydney Asiata K-1 Kings of Oceania 2005 Round 1 Auckland, NZ KO (Left hook) 1
06/25/2005 Win Japan Ryu K-1 Challenge 2005 Xplosion X, Gold Coast, Australia TKO (Corner Stoppage) 2 3:00
08/18/2005 Win Netherlands Ricardo van den Bos Knees of Fury 10 WMC World Heavyweight GP, Australia TKO (Threw in towel) 1 0:05
08/18/2005 Win Romania Roger Izonritei Knees of Fury 10 WMC World Heavyweight GP, Australia TKO (Knee strikes) 2 2:30
08/18/2005 Win New Zealand Andrew Peck Knees of Fury 10 WMC World Heavyweight GP, Australia KO (Right hook) 1 2:00
04/30/2005 Win New Zealand Rony Sefo K-1 Battle of Anzacs II, Auckland, New Zealand Split Decision 3 3:00
03/11/2005 Win Iran Mohammad Reza Knees of Fury IX, Adelaide, Australia KO (Elbows) 2
12/18/2004 Win Australia Chris Chrisopoulides K-1 Challenge 2004 Oceania vs World, Australia Decision 3 3:00
11/06/2004 Loss Belarus Alexey Ignashov Titans 1st Kitakyushu, Japan Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
10/15/2004 Win Samoa Matt Samoa Knees of Fury VIII, Adelaide, Australia KO 2
09/05/2004 Loss Sweden Jorgen Kruth SM Thaiboxing Gala, Stockholm, Sweden Decision 5 3:00
07/16/2004 Loss Australia Peter Graham Kings of Oceania 2004, Auckland, New Zealand Decision 3 3:00
07/16/2004 Win New Zealand Sio Vitale Kings of Oceania 2004, Auckland, New Zealand Decision 3 3:00
06/18/2004 Win New Zealand Rony Sefo Knees of Fury VII, Adelaide, Australia Decision 5 3:00
04/23/2004 Win New Zealand Andrew Peck K-1 Battle of Anzacs 2004, Auckland, New Zealand KO (Right Hook) 1
03/19/2004 Win New Zealand Sio Vitale Knees of Fury VI, Adelaide, Australia TKO 4
12/20/2003 Win South Korea Hyo-Phil Lee Into the Fire 2/2, Seoul, Korea KO
11/07/2003 Draw Australia Chris Chrisopoulides Knees of Fury V, Adelaide, Australia Draw 5 3:00
07/27/2003 Loss Papua New Guinea Mitch O'Hello K-1 World Grand Prix 2003 in Melbourne, Australia KO (Right hook) 1 1:12
06/15/2003 Win Sweden Jorgen Kruth Knees of Fury IV, Adelaide, Australia TKO (Elbow) 1
04/24/2003 Win Samoa Clay Aumitagi License 2 Thrill, Australia TKO (Corner Stoppage) 3
03/14/2003 Win Kazakhstan Askhab Gorbakhov WMC World Criuserweight Title, Adelaide, Australia
11/05/2002 Win Japan Koji Iga Shootboxing: The Age of "S" Vol.5, Japan TKO (Referee stoppage) 3 1:40
09/21/2002 Win New Zealand Daniel Paora KB4, Rooty Hills, Australia TKO (Referee Stoppage) 3
06/14/2002 Win Thailand Louk Thong South Australia vs Thailand, Adelaide TKO
05/07/2002 Win Thailand Nokweed Davy Chaweng Stadium, Bangkok, Thailand KO (High kick) 4
04/00/2002 Win Thailand Nokweed Davy Kanchanaburi Stadium, Bangkok, Thailand KO (Punches) 2
04/09/2002 Win Thailand Louk Thong Chewang Stadium, Bangkok, Thailand KO (Punches) 4
12/23/2001 Win Sudan Faisal Zakarija WMC Lightheavy weight World Title, Bangkok, Thailand TKO (Low kicks) 3
09/01/2001 Win Australia Steve McKinnon JNI Promotions, Star City, Australia KO (Left high kick) 3 1:52
05/12/2001 Win Australia Nathan Corbett Light Heavyweight Super 8, Brisbane, Australia Decision 3 3:00
05/12/2001 Win New Zealand Aaron Boyes Light Heavyweight Super 8, Brisbane, Australia
05/12/2001 Win Australia Matt McConachy Light Heavyweight Super 8, Brisbane, Australia
2000 Win Australia John Wyborne Thailand vs West Australia, Perth KO
1999 Win Australia Brett Dalton Thai Consul General's Cup, Perth Australia Decision 5 3:00

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