Just less than a week. The O2 arena will see a big rematch. Patrik Kincl will defend his belt against Karlos Vemola. The pivotal bout may reveal a lot about the future of both fighters. Is there a possibility that the middleweight king will end his career after a loss?
20. may we will see. After five long years, Patrik Kincl and Karlos Vémola will face each other in the cage. A packed O2 arena will see the biggest fight in the history of Czech MMA and probably the biggest tournament ever held in our country.
Kincl will be defending his middleweight title, while Vémola is looking to become a two-time champion, as he still reigns the welterweight division.
With Terminator, the scenario is more or less clear. He’ll try to take the fight to the ground as quickly as possible, and that’s where he’ll want to torment the Inspector. He’s made no secret of the fact that he’d like to finish the fight before the limit.
It’s hard to know what to expect from Kinclo. He’s much more complex, power and conditioning may be the deciding factor. Either way, the middleweight king has outlined a scenario where even ending his career would be in play.
“He can hit me, but with the boxing he has? If he takes me down, that’s career-ending. Or if he hit me with a highkick or a jump knee,” joked the Inspector in the traditional On Sight video series.
So he doesn’t expect any surprises from Vemola. He doesn’t believe he’s going to just change the fighting style that Terminator has had for years.
“I don’t admit any pressure. It’s more likely that he won’t get off to an easy start with the way he has planned ahead for his next fights. He’s cracked the whip,” Kincl said.
Five years ago, Vémola scored a points win after three rounds under the XFN banner. Now we can expect a five-round battle. Who will dominate it?
Source: Octagon MMA, YouTube
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