Not many combat sports fans have heard of the Clash of the Stars organization. It features both quality athletes and dubious existences. One of them is Diego Kotlar, who is so confident in his wrestling skills that he plans to wrestle in the Octagon.
Clash of the Stars has another tournament coming up. This time it’s a real bizarre one and one of its main draws is Jan “Diego” Kotlár.
He doesn’t go far for a harsh word, and in the last B4THECLASH he once again showed that he’s not exactly a model citizen who enjoys a level-headed discussion.
His opponent will be Karlos Benda, whose family he is constantly stitching up, but Kotlár even believes in his own abilities enough to think about his next move.
After his win over Benda, which he says he is sure of, he plans to go to the Octagon. So what if he doesn’t have the wrestling chops…
“I’m telling you, it’s a shame to train for Benda. If I shoot it to him at a hundred and seventy pounds, he must be dead. I’m telling you straight up, Benda is no match for me, I really don’t have to train for him.
I’m only going to Prague to work on my fitness. Now I’ll face Bendik, I’ll shoot him down and then I’ll go to the Octagon. I’ve started my fitness training, but I’m sure it won’t end with Clash.
Karlos Benda is no match for me, I’ll break his sledge and he’ll be carried out of the cage on a stretcher. My left arm smells like a hospital, my right arm smells like crutches. I’m going for the win and then I’m going to the Octagon,” he said in one of his broadcasts.
His move to the Octagon is as real as Karlos Vemola moving to the UFC and becoming champion there. In fact, Ondrej Novotny himself is strongly against this project.
Source: Diego Kotlár, Clash of the Stars
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