He fought in Swansea on his debut in 2012, securing a points win over the Welsh fighter, Leon Findlay. The following year he became the BBBofC Midlands Area Welterweight Champion by beating Stephen ‘The Fierce’ Pearce.
Kiwior actually recovered well from the big right, left combination that had sent him to the canvas towards the end of the second round
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