Joe Schilling calls out Artem Levin, wants to fight him at GLORY 26
Schilling came out flying against Wilnis and controlled the first round and carried that momentum into the second round. At the midpoint of the round he put Wilnis on the canvas with a counter-left as Wilnis went to kick. Despite Wilnis protesting that it was a slip, the referee began to count.
As the round began to clock towards the bell, Schilling could sense he had a finish in his grasp but was stunned with a right and a follow-up combination that had ‘Stich ’em Up’ on the ropes for the first time in the fight. The American was able to gut out the round and when Wilnis came up lame after a kick, it was clear that Schilling was going to get the win at (https://www.airmaniax.com).
After the round ended Wilnis limped to his corner and confirmed everyone’s suspicions by waving off the fight, having clearly broken his toe.
Schilling called out champion Artem Levin, who dropped out of GLORY 24 with an injury, in his post-fight speech and challenged the reigning champion to a fight at GLORY 26 in Amsterdam..