|Born||January 25, 1987|
Nowy Sącz, Poland
|Native name||Łukasz Pławecki|
|Other names||Boom Boom|
|Height||1.73 m (5 ft 8 in)|
|Weight||77 kg (170 lb; 12 st 2 lb)|
|Fighting out of||Nowy Sącz|
|Team||HALNY Nowy Sącz|
last updated on: January 10, 2017
Biography and career
Lukas Plawecki started his martial arts training under Andrzej Śliwa in Nowy Sącz. When he moved to Cracow he joined Tomasz Mamulski gym (Polish National Team trainer). Since 2008 he is running his own club Halny Nowy Sącz Gym where he is main coach. He works with Martin Belak, coach in Slovakia Fire Gym during his preparations for professional fights.
Starting from 2006 he fought 29 times in professional kickboxing matches.
In 2015 he fought for Kunlun Fight for the first time. He lost to Superbon Banchamek during Kunlun Fight 25 event. One year later he participated in Kunlun Fight elimination tournament held on Kunlun Fight 46. He was given extra round in semifinal fight against Nishikawa Tomoyuki and two extra rounds in final fight with Tian Xin. He lost to Tian Xin after split decision.
On 3 December 2016, during Simple The Best 13 event in Nowa Sol, Poland he won his first World Championship title after defending Lello Perego in five round fight. The event and title were sanctioned by World Kickboxing Network.
In 2017 he was signed by Glory and will make his debut at Glory 38: Chicago.
In 2018 he moved up to -77 kg and in his first fight in new weight class he defeated Wojciech Wierzbicki for Fight Exclusive Night champion belt.
Lukas Plawecki is ranked in first place in "Polish male kickboxers rankings" at Madfight24.com portal.
- 2017 MFC Champion Title (-70 kg)
- 2017 Celtic Gladiator Champion (-70 kg)
- 2017 International Professional Combat Council K-1 World Champion (-72,5 kg)
- 2016 WKN World Kickboxing Super Welterweight Champion (-72.6 kg)
- 2016 Kunlun Fight World Max Group O Tournament Runner Up
Professional kickboxing record
Legend: Win Loss Draw/No contest Notes
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