Adam Borics

The Kid


Set to fight Burnell in March
February 9, 2022
Borics will square off against Mads Burnell in a featherweight bout as the main event of Bellator 276 on March 12 in St. Louis.
Borics boasts a 17-1 record and last fought in April 2021, defeating Jeremy Kennedy via unanimous decision. The Kid will take on Burnell who has started his Bellator with three consecutive wins.
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Keeps undefeated record with third-round submission at Bellator 205
September 21, 2018
Borics defeated Josenaldo Silva via submission (rear-naked choke) at 1:46 of Round 3 at Bellator 205 on Friday in Boise, Idaho.
This was Borics' first fight since he announced his presence with a devastating flying knee at Bellator 196. He was up against a much tougher opponent in this fight. The prospects had to dig deep to pull out this victory. He likely lost the second round after eating some hard shots and suffered a cut. However, the third round was a different story. He stuff a Silva takedown, locked in a rear-naked choke while spinning to the back and finished the fight. Borics continues to improve, and he should find himself in an interesting fight in Bellator's featherweight division.
Finishes with a flying knee at Bellator 196
April 6, 2018
Borics defeated Teodor Nikolov via KO (flying knee) at 1:30 of Round 2 at Bellator 196 on Friday in Budapest, Hungary.
The Hungarian crowd was very hot for the hometown fighter. Borics was in control from the start of this fight. He had the much faster hands, and he seemed to be able to control distance with his pace and footwork. Nikolov's offense consisted of lunging takedown attempts for the outside. Borics easily stopped the momentum and landed counters. In the second round, Borics ended the fight with a highlight flying knee. Since he controlled the distance, he could have done it at any time. This was a very impressive win. He improves to 11-0 overall and 2-0 in Bellator
Adds fight against Gallagher
February 8, 2018
Borics will square off against James Gallagher in the main event of Bellator 196 on April 6 in Budapest, Hungary, Brett Okamoto of ESPN reports.
Borics will be making his second appearance under the Bellator promotion after defeating Anthony Taylor via submission (rear-naked choke) in April, which also occurred in his home country of Hungary. The 28-year-old now sits at 6-0 in his professional career while his next opponent also sports a perfect record. Gallagher is coming off knee surgery in October, although he should be perfectly healthy by the time this fight rolls around. During his previous outing, Gallagher bested Chinzo Machida at Bellator 180 in June.
Makes it look easy in Bellator debut
April 14, 2017
Borics defeated Anthony Taylor via submission (rear-naked choke) at 4:12 of Round 1 at Bellator 177 on Friday in Budapest.
Bellator gave Borics an opportunity to look good in his home town, and he took full advantage of it. On the feet, he showed a level of sophistication that set him apart from Taylor. He landed solid shots throughout the bout and hurt Taylor multiple times. Late in the first round, Borics stunned Taylor. In the following scramble, he took the back and finished the fight via rear-naked choke. The Hungarian fighter looked great, but it will interesting to see how he will perform against better competition.