Gevorg Sahakyan, a bronze medallist at the 2018 World Championships, was one of two home winners on the final night of the UWW Poland Open in Warsaw ©Getty Images

The hosts won two golds on the second night of Greco-Roman contests that concluded the United World Wrestling’s Poland Open in Warsaw.

Michal Tracz beat Turkey's Ekrem Öztürk 3-2 at the Ursynow Arena to take the under-60-kilogram title, with Mukhammadkodir Yusupov of Uzbekistan beating Olivier Skrzypczak of Poland 10-2 to earn bronze.

The second home triumph came in the 72kg final where Gevorg Sahakyan earned a 4-3 win over Mirzobek Rakhmatov of Uzbekistan.

Hungary’s Krisztian Vancza and Cengiz Arslan of Turkey claimed bronze.

Uzbekistan’s Islomjon Bakhramov won the 63kg gold with a 5-3 win over Japan’s Ayata Suzuki, with Christopher Kraemer of Germany and Krisztian Kecskemeti of Hungary taking bronze.

Semen Novikov of Ukraine took the 87kg title after beating Hungary’s Istvan Takacs 2-1, and bronze medals were won by Turkey’s Metehan Basar and Uzbekistan’s Rustam Assakalov.

The night concluded with an all-Iranian 97kg final that saw Mohanmadhadi Saravi defeat Mehdi Balihamzehdeh 3-0.

Islam Abbasov of Azerbaijan and Finland’s Arvi Savolainen earned bronzes.

The Poland Open was the final ranking event of the year.