Compared to many other sports, MMA is still in its infancy. The rules are often unknown even to the fighters themselves, who then wonder why they didn’t win. However, the fight between Patrik Kincelo and Karlos Vemola showed a certain trend.
The Oktagon 43 tournament offered us a huge number of interesting matches. We saw victories of Miroslav Broz, Robert Bryczek, Louis Glismann and David Kozma.
But of course, everything was overshadowed by the title fight between Patrik Kincelo and Karlos Vemola. The reigning champion was the underdog, but still managed to win on points.
Many people don’t understand this, as it was supposed to be Vémola who made the match. According to them, he kept Kinc on the canvas and in control at all times, but from the other side of the view, he showed nothing and it was mainly Kinc who landed the punches.
You could see it on Vemola’s head during and especially after the fight. He probably couldn’t see much through the swollen eyes and the damage was quite possibly the main factor why Terminator left as a loser.
During the match, however, many of the fighters also expected Vemola to be the winner. Among them was Kinclo’s friend and sparring partner David Kozma.
“It was quite difficult. We were sitting next to David Kozma and we were thinking about how the judges would score it. The wrestlers who were sitting at the cage thought Karlos would win. Even David.
But a lot of other people saw Patrick winning again. I’m not a referee, but I feel that modern MMA will suit Patrik’s style better,” said promoter Ondřej Novotný at the press conference.
And that’s the trend that MMA is going in. Nowadays, there is more emphasis on how the fighters look after the fight. Robert Pukac also alluded to this, but he walked away defeated, which was not understood even by the winner Brož himself, who promised him a rematch.
Source: Octagon MMA
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