After the Oktagon 43 tournament, he wasn’t in a positive mood. Robert Pukač fell on points with Miroslav Broz and he was not satisfied with the result at all. In an interview with Ruik, he talked about the rematch, the judges’ scoring and the Kinclo vs. Vemola match.
After the victory over Tomas Melis, the next opponent of Robert Pukac was Miroslav Broz, who returned to the Octagon after his engagement in the RFA. The goal of the Slovak fighter was to win and thus get on a winning streak.
He hadn’t won two fights in a row since the spring of 2019. And unfortunately for him, he didn’t get his wish either as he fell on points. Both fighters were surprised by the judges’ verdict, with Brož himself admitting that he was expecting more of a draw.
“I don’t know what decided it. I myself would like to know why the judges scored it that way. It’s hard to say, but I think I gave my best performance. I don’t know who sees it that way, but I did enough for me and I fought to the maximum,” said Pukac in an interview with Ruik.
There is always the question of what was the actual tactic with which he entered the cage. “I went into the game with the goal to win and ideally to finish. I could imagine it in the stance and on the ground, I was close to it both times,” he added.
Since Brož didn’t see himself winning either, the two agreed at a press conference for a rematch, which is expected to take place in Bratislava in the fall. Has he already resolved it with the promoters?
“Yes, I talked about it with them and we just sketched it out. We haven’t made any definite promises, but it looks very likely. He didn’t feel like a winner himself, so if he wants to confirm it, he must want a rematch if he’s the fighter and the heartthrob he says he is.”
The highlight of the tournament was the fight between Patrik Kincelo and Karlos Vemola for the middleweight championship belt. The fight went to a points decision and the title remained in the hands of the Hradec Králové patriot.
“I think it was a very unsuccessful fight, not from Patrik’s side, rather from Vemola, but it’s hard to say who I saw as the winner. I think I would leave it to Patrik for the damage he caused and the fact that Karlos couldn’t push his game at all,” explained Pukač.
But when he saw the result of the match, he could be even more angry with the referee. He felt that both matches were judged in a slightly different way. “I don’t understand! They judged Patrick’s damage and didn’t judge Vemola’s pressure and they judged Broza’s pressure and didn’t judge my damage,” he finished.
Source:: Ruik, Oktagon MMA
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