February Fury Fight Results for Posener’s Pankration/MMA and Muay Thai for Muay Thai Kickboxing Vancouver
First off, I would like to congratulate Michael Milosiewicz on a great performance and winning the BC Super middleweight Muay Thai Kickboxing title. He faced a tough and good opponent and performed excellently with a clean win and a Unanimous decision, with the fight almost getting stopped with 2 standing 8 counts. The last one almost at the end of the fight. Michael landed an array of techniques and used his range exceptionally well and got in a positive dominant mind set. Michael had his mental discipline on point, established himself and that allowed him to execute well. He used front kicks to the face, his spinning back kick and strong basics to win the fight.
Francis Tiapis also did exceptionally well against another tough and good opponent. This was Francis toughest Muay Thai opponent to date with more experience and a couple of Muay Thai belts to his credit. It was a great display of technique and spirit by both fighters. I felt both fighters performed very well. It was a very close fight that could have gone either way. I thought he had the first and third round but the split decision went against him. It was hard. However, sometimes a win is a loss and a loss can be a win. Attitude is everything. The name of the game is progress, improvement and perseverance. I am confident that all the fighters on the ‘Fight Team’ will stay active and keeping making progress. Benefits can be had regardless of the outcome, of course with different inherent challenges, with the application of mental discipline and the choice of a positive attitude. It was a good night for our Muay Thai Kickboxing Vancouver program.
Victor Tiapis, who was preparing for his first Pankration/MMA fight suffered a disappointment, along with his other team members and coaches, when his opponent pulled out a few days before the fight. Victor trained hard and was well prepared mentally, physically and spiritually. However, there will be a next time. I bypassed my usual requirement of competing in Muay Thai Kickboxing, which Victor has done with one fight in the ring, and Submission Wrestling tournament competition, which he has not done yet but will soon, because his weight class is a bit difficult to find fighters. Victor was looking very sharp, excited, and ready to go. Again, there is another goal upcoming shortly, which we will disclose soon.
I am proud and honoured to coach, teach, and help these impressive young men. I look forward to more experiences, strong results, even greater development to their potential to achieve something special. I also want to thank everyone who helped out. We have a great team! Thank you!