Prepare to step into the electrifying world of Sadibou Sy (Sadi Bousy) also known as ‘The Swedish Denzel Washington’ or ‘Sadi Sy’ in the MMA arena.
Sadi Bousy, born on November 27th, 1986, in Stockholm, Sweden, is a remarkable mixed martial artist of Senegalese origin. Competing in the Welterweight division, this towering 36 year-old fighter stands tall at 6’3” with an impressive reach of 80”.
Sadi Bousy’s journey in the world of martial arts started in his teenage years, transitioning from soccer to martial arts.
He honed his skills at Wasa Martial Arts Centre, focusing primarily on kickboxing and later venturing into Thai boxing.
Remarkably, despite battling with vision impairments for a significant portion of his early life, Bousy’s determination led him to compete in martial arts from the age of 15.
He has not only showcased his talent within the MMA arena but has also made significant strides in other martial arts disciplines, clinching titles in Thai boxing and catching the attention of fans with his viral head-kick knockouts.
He speedily won the 2022 PFL Welterweight tournament and cemented his name into the history books of the PFL.
He has brought the most attention to himself however with one of his recent KO’s which is included in this list. It’s a beautiful spinning kick which voted him in as one of the best knockout artists in the PFL.
Stay tuned as we delve into the exceptional skills and contributions to the world of mixed martial arts and the PFL in Sadibou Sy: Top 3 MMA Finishes! (in descending order)
3. Vs. Caio Magalhaes – PFL 7 (August 30, 2018)
In a breathtaking matchup, our fighters displayed exceptional skill and sportsmanship right from the get go.
Bousy demonstrated mastery with formidable low kicks, countering Magalhaes’ moves effectively with precise calf kicks.
Bousy’s reach advantage posed a significant challenge for Magalhaes, who struggled to land a double leg takedown with Bousy evading with ease. A powerful left body kick landed, further disrupting Magalhaes’ composure.
Suddenly, a flawlessly executed question mark kick stunned Magalhaes, providing the perfect opening for ‘The Swedish Denzel Washington’ to strategically close in and unleash a barrage of hooks from both sides.
A decisive left hook culminated in the end of the fight, astonishingly concluding in the first round, at precisely 2 minutes and 6 seconds. Bousy’s performance was nothing short of a stunning testament to professionalism and forensic efficiency in the ring.
2. Vs. David Michaud – PFL 1 (May 9, 2019)
The velocity of this TKO is nothing short of awe-inspiring.
In a matter of seconds into the first round, Sadi Bousy delivered a resounding body kick that sent shockwaves reverberating through the entire stadium as it dropped his opponent. The knockout was nearly instantaneous, witness to Bousy’s striking prowess.
Almost in a blur, we beheld Bousy methodically advancing towards his downed opponent, seamlessly transitioning from punches to a slick ankle pick evasion, and then swiftly back to a barrage of punches that concluded the bout in a mere 17 seconds. This was a display of striking mastery that left the audience breathless.
Notably, at the time, this remarkable feat stood as the second-fastest KO in PFL history, adding an extra layer of awe to this already phenomenal performance.
1. Vs. Shane Mitchell – PFL 6 (June 23, 2023)
Picture this, Bousy, in a display of unwavering tenacity, launching a spinning wheel kick with the force of a sledgehammer, finding its mark on the side of his opponent’s head!
This was again testament to his prowess, and a finishing move that had been meticulously crafted and perfected. Anticipation had built up throughout the fight, and on his third attempt, the audience witnessed the inevitable climax.
Despite his opponent’s experience and skill, this particular strike caught him off guard, giving perhaps a glimpse into the genius of Bousy’s strategy.
As the clock ticked to 1:35 into the third round, the thunderous impact echoed a symphony of victory, signalling the end of the battle.
In these riveting moments, the world acknowledged anew the birth of a force in MMA, with Sadi Bousy already etching his name into the archives of the PFL as a Welterweight Champion, now he’s a worldwide star known for his finishes.
Sadi Bousy, also known as Sadibou Sy, has shown tremendous growth and skill in the MMA world. With an impressive record of 16 wins, including 8 knockouts.
His dedication to the sport only convinces us he’s a force to be reckoned with in the Welterweight division of the Professional Fighters League.
As his career progresses, MMA fans eagerly anticipate witnessing more of his spectacular finishes inside the cage. Stay tuned!