Finlands Robert “The Nordic Nightmare” Helenius (R) and Polands Adam “Babyface” Kownacki (L) fight throughout a 12-round featured rematch at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, October 9, 2021. (Photo by Robyn Beck/ AFP) (Photo by ROBYN BECK/AFP through Getty Images).
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Adam Kownacki dropped his second battle in a row on the Tyson Fury vs. Deontay Wilder 3. A doubtful round 6 disqualification gave Robert Helenius the W..
On the Oct. 9 undercard of Tyson Fury vs. Deontay Wilder 3, Robert Helenius was having a great night against Adam Kownacki. In round 6, it was all over, however probably not the way anybody forecasted.
Helenius knocked out Kownacki in 2020, so he had the self-confidence entering the rematch. He chose up where he left off.
Helenius closed Kownackis eye by round 2 and was beating him up. Kownackis nose was bleeding in round 3, and thats when he landed short on Helenius, which dropped the Nordic Nightmare to his knees.
One too lots of low blows triggered the referee to disqualify Adam Kownacki, offering Robert Helenius the victory.
Kownacki was warned for the violation but went low again in round 5 and lost a point.
Another low blow in round 6 was all the referee needed to see. He disqualified Kownacki, offering Helenius the win.
It was a questionable blockage given that the last roaming shot from Kownacki wasnt destructive, but Kownacki was in severe difficulty. This may have been his escape of the battle.
Helenius has actually turned his fortunes around because being viciously knocked out by Gerald Washington 2 years earlier. Hes on a tear and is going up the heavyweight boxing ranks