It’s going to break out on Saturday, we’re going to see it on Saturday. Patrik Kincl and Karlos Vémola will face each other in the cage at the O2 Arena after five years. Before the fight, The Inspector took a look back at Terminator’s bout with Al Matava and revealed how he is doing at the weight.
Patrik Kincl has a big fight ahead of him. A personal one. It’s not just about how prepared he is physically, but also mentally. The first fight with Karlos Vémolá he didn’t do well, especially in his head. But he’s looking much better now.
Still, he admitted in the MMA podcast Flight Through the World that he doesn’t like the various encounters with the Terminator. I’m looking forward to being in the cage. The stuff around here pisses me off. I’ve been through a lot. It’s been around the same things for a long time. I’m counting down the minutes until the fight.”
Incidentally, he met Vemola on the aforementioned podcast, albeit briefly and via the internet. Even in a few minutes, however, there was a slight confrontation. For example, about how long the match would last.
The Inspector doesn’t think the match will go to the championship rounds. The Terminator has a different opinion. And he delivered it in a prickly way, telling Kincl to be confident, not to underestimate himself, and that he can do it. The former KSW fighter says he is ready for the fourth, or fifth round.
At the moment, however, he is still working on the weight. He doesn’t expect any problems. What he does expect is that he will be a little bit lighter in the fight. The weight will not play a role in the fight. At least according to Vemola.
The Terminator recalled that Al Matavao, for example, weighed more than he did, yet it was no use to him. Promoter Ondrej Novotny later returned to the Vemola vs. Samoan brawler fight with Kinclo and mentioned that the Olomouc native was happy with his fight.
“Then I thought he was in a different place with self-reflection,” the Inspector responded. “He’s a third-ranked fighter. He shouldn’t have touched Karel and yet there were big problems,” he added.
Kincl also outlined that if he were Vemola, he wouldn’t be happy. There is not enough time to learn from his mistakes. Will his words be confirmed on Saturday night?
Source: MMA Around the World, Octagon MMA
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