KSI managed to win two fights, dropping Luis Pineta 7 times on his way to a TKO in the 3rd round.
Pineda Was No Match For KSI
KSI had previously knocked off Swarmz in the 2nd round before returning 3 hours afterward to fight against Pineda. Pineda came in with two wins from 7 paid fights but was in deep trouble right after the game started.
He was knocked out in the first 30 secs but protested to the ref about being hit behind his head. However, the official ignored his protestations, and he was soon facedown on the ring from another right hand.
The Mexican was having trouble with KSI’s blows to his body and was complaining to the official while virtually turning his back on his opponent. With fewer than 30 seconds left in the round, he took a knee after scarcely being touched.
Pineda heard the bell signaling the conclusion of the first session but appeared to move gingerly as he came to fight from his end. In the opening few seconds, KSI delivered another shot to the body as Pineda began to move back from his opponent. He managed to land a hit on JJ, but he was quickly knocked down for the fourth time.
He did, at least, keep going as he backpedaled all over the ring. Pineda was knocked down again by a hook, who was doing push-ups as while he was being counted. He persevered, though, and made it to the ultimate round.
He was down for the 6th time in the early seconds of the last round, but the referee allowed him to continue. The referee ultimately put Pineda out of his misery as he struck the canvas again. KSI was fighting for the first time since defeating Logan Paul over 1,000 days ago and later named many prospective opponents for his next bout.