10 years in the ring!
In October 2004, I fought my first amateur fight on Muay Thai terms. Therefore, I thought that I would write a few words about how my life changed during that time. I was less than 24 years old then, and for 4 years I trained martial arts, actually Kickboxing with low-kick, which appeared in Poland at the time.
Wergi World Champion WKA 2014
The fight was contracted for five three minute rounds WKA World Champion Belt in ThaiBoxing.
Paweł Jędrzejczyk support the noble campaign called "Cancer Fighters". It aims to psychically support children who are struggling with cancer.
Champions are made not born!
This sentence is my favorite, because it contains everything that every fighter should know. The player from the normal player usually splits one or a few nuances. All the time I try to improve every aspect of the training.
Wergi & Fight Exclusive Night!
Paweł Jędrzejczyk will fight at the FEN organization...
Training in Thailand
After the training camp in Zakopane, Paweł went to the homeland of Muay Thai once again, under the supervision of Thai masters, he raises his skills.
Wergi – World Champion once again!
During the Zakopane gala, Paweł Jędrzejczyk for the fourth time won the belt of the Professional World Champion Word Kickboxing Network. Bigger's Better is a boxing tournament held cyclically in many countries, during which representatives of various martial arts disciplines compete with each other on the principles of professional boxing.
Wergi live on Eurosport!
The WKN Federation has announced another fight for the Professional World Championship in kickboxing. Live broadcasts will be carried out by the Eurosport station, on Friday, 24 May 2013, straight from Zakopane. Paweł Jędrzejczyk will fight the multiple World Champion Dimitar 'Spiderman' Iliev from Bulgaria.
Paweł fought a fight at the famous Lumpinee Stadium!
Paweł fulfilled his great dream and performed at the famous Lumpinee Stadium in the capital of Thailand, Bangkok, where the biggest Muay Thai fights take place. A Pole representing the Sasiprapa Gym on Tuesday, February 5, 2013, performed at the gala against the English rival living in Thailand and training at Kiatphet. It was his competitor who fought with the Pole and the decision of the judges - the Englishman was considered the winner after a very balanced duel in the category up to 176 pounds (80 kg).
We invite everyone to watch an interesting interview with Paweł Jędrzejczyk, implemented by the PolskiGladiator website.
Wergi in MMASTER on TVN TURBO
On Saturday at 16:45 on the TVN Turbo channel, in the MMAster program, together with the hosts Agnieszka Rylik and Paweł Nastula, Paweł Jędrzejczyk made a guest appearance. Paweł's task was to conduct a training session and to familiarize participants and viewers with several techniques used in Muay Thai.
Another win, another title
Yesterday (8/12/2012) the fifth MFC gala took place in Nowa Sól. Among Polish and foreign players there were Paweł Jędrzejczyk, who faced Eddie Gill from England. The fight for the title of the International Professional Polish Champion Muayy Thai took place at the distance of 3 rounds for 3 minutes and ended with a win for points by Paweł.
Pawel knocks out at the Rajadamnern stadium!
Pawel was the first Pole fought (16.09.2012)to Rajadamnern in Bangkok, one of the most prestigious Thai stadiums in the world..
Preparing for a fight in the Sasiprapa Gym
Paweł has been in the Sasiprapa Gym in Bangkok for three weeks. He trains with one of the world's Muay-Thai stars and K-1 MAX Dzhabarem Askerov from Dagestan.
Wergi in a new clip of the Third Dimension!
HL from recent fights!
Petchbuncha Stadium – 6.02.2012
On February 6, Paweł fought a very hard fight at Petchbunch Stadium. Despite the clear advantage in each of the rounds, he lost to points. Verdicts in Thailand because of betting, are governed by their own laws. Often wins not the player who was better, but the one on whom more money was raised. In fact, only a knockout gives you 100% confidence in winning.
Wergi trains and fights in Thailand!
Like every year, Paweł and Tomasz Makowski are training hard and fighting in Thailand. Traditionally, after the arrival and short acclimatization, they started training in the friendly Sor Vorapin Gym. During the one-day rest they visited the ruins of the former capital of Thailand -Ajutaja, known from the legendary scenes from Kickboxer with Van Damm.