Patrik Kincl is preparing hard for Karlos Vemola, whom he will face next Saturday, May 20. From time to time, he answers questions from his fans on Instagram and this time he talked about the difference in preparation for both fights with Terminator or the possible end of his career.
He has one of the biggest fights of his career ahead of him. Patrik Kincl has been through a lot in his career, but one of his biggest defeats came in the summer of 2018 when he succumbed to Karlos Vemola in XFN.
Since then, there has been talk of a rematch and after almost five years, here he is! Both should be medically fine and there’s nothing stopping who is the better fighter from finally showing up.
During the fan questions, Kincl spoke about the difference in how he prepared for the first fight and now for the rematch, which he absolutely needs to win.
“Different worlds. Both in terms of training and mentally. I learned a lot from the first fight. Not just now for the rematch, but for other fights. Like the last loss to Soldic.
Mentally, it’s an awfully hard loss for me to bite, but training-wise and for progression in general, it’s unfortunately the best thing. That is, if it gives you the drive to really work on those mistakes,” he said on his Instagram.
His fans are also asking if he is thinking about ending his career. He is currently only thirty-three years old, but some fighters simply don’t want to fight into advanced age.
“As long as my health holds out and I don’t get run over by young savages, I’d like to keep fighting. I’ve cut out all hobbies for my family. In the future, I would also like to change it a bit in my training. Right now I have it as an extreme where there are not many things more important.
I believe that if I cut back a little, it won’t make my performance any better, but it will make my personal life much better. And if the performance goes to hell, it will be time to think about the next steps,” he added.
Source: Patrik Kincl Instagram, MMA Shorties
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