OKTAGON 42 did not offer many early terminations. Rather the opposite. But there was no shortage of attractive matches. Two heavyweights provided some of the best. Jeremy Kimball put on a perfect storm and destroyed his opponent.
Bratislava saw the return of the Octagon after a long time, and popular American fighter Jeremy Kimball, a UFC veteran, also returned to the scene of the action and is looking to put on one more good show.
Grizzly would still like to return to the welterweight division, where he would like to take on all the stars that are in it. His fight with Ruben Wolfe, which was announced at the agreed-upon 104-pound weight, should help him do that.
After two fights at heavyweight, Kimball admitted in a pre-tournament interview with Ruik that he needed to lose weight to move faster and that he was really aiming for the 93 kilogram weight class. And that the lower weight really suits him, he showed that against Wolfe.
Two metallic and crisp entrances were the precursor to a tough battle. We did see it, but it was mostly one-sided. Kimball showed great quality. He was combining punches, boxing, kicking and his game was not to the German Viking’s liking at all.
From the first round, the American clearly dominated. Wolf was glad he finished the first round. His leg was cut open, blood was gushing from his face.
If Grizzly had wanted to, he probably would have stopped the fight in the first round. But instead of taking advantage of the obvious concussion and the even more obvious fatigue of his opponent, he waited to tap out the end of the first five minutes.
The second round followed and the demolition continued. Wolf looked more and more resigned, and Kimball made the fight thoroughly frustrating for him. So much so that the German’s head broke and the referee had to stop the one-sided spectacle.
So Kimball enjoyed the feeling of victory again after his loss to Hatef Moeil, and we can expect to see him in the cage again probably in six months. Maybe at welterweight.
Source: Octagon MMA
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