The tension is mounting, the big event is coming, the five-year long wait will be over. Before the fight and the weigh-ins, however, Patrik Kincl and Karlos Vémola met over the internet in Ondrej Novotny’s podcast. What did the Inspector have to say about Terminator and does he have plans for a possible third fight?
Within a relatively short period of time, Patrik Kincl faces an uncomfortable situation. For the second time he has to prepare for the same opponent. The preparation is the same, the gameplan is the same, but it’s hard on the head.
“I’m a bit annoyed that I’m standing still for so long. The same things are happening, I’m not developing as a fighter. Karel has a style of fighting 10 or 12 years ago and I have to adapt to that and it annoys me that I’m not sticking to some of the development that I was working on before Lohore,” Inspector was quoted as saying on the MMA Flight Through the World podcast.
Promoter Ondrej Novotny understandably responded by saying that many fighters try to push their style in fights rather than adapting to their opponent any more. However, Karlos Vemola’s opponent had a clear opinion on this.
“It might suit some people, but we saw that not many people asserted their style against Karlo. But I’m lucky that I’ve already tried the fight with him. You cansay that I might have underestimated it slightly by setting my tactics and enforcing my style over time, but now I have a different feeling,” says Inspector.
Kincl is willing to sacrifice a round or two in a fight if necessary. He outlined that he considers it nonsense to leave a lot of energy in the first round for the sake of trying to get off the ground. Especially if he is confident he can turn the fight around.
Patrik Kincl vs. Attila Végh?
And what happens if he wins and the fights are tied at 1:1? The third match, definitely not. “Maybe in the welterweight division for the third belt, right? It would be a challenge, it would be moving up again, I don’t know, I haven’t thought about it,” he jokes.
However, Kincl could undoubtedly still fight for the belt at least in welterweight and why not try to have three belts straight then? However, he logically sees the huge weight jumps as an obstacle. But he might agree to one thing.
If Vemola couldn’t make the fight with Attila Vegh, he would consider the understudy. “I still have a lot to give back to him from boxing,” he recalled with exaggeration of last year’s fight at the Fight Night Challenge event, where he lost a close battle on points.
Source: MMA Around the World, Octagon MMA
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