Just less than a week. The O2 arena will see a big rematch. Champions Patrik Kincl and Karlos Vémola will face each other in the cage. The pivotal duel may reveal a lot about the future of both fighters. Can the Inspector surprise the Terminator?
20. may, we’ll see. After five long years, Patrik Kincl and Karlos Vémola will face each other in the cage. A packed O2 arena will see the biggest fight in the history of Czech MMA and probably the biggest tournament ever held in our country.
While Inspector will defend his middleweight title, Terminator intends to be a double champion and after the welterweight division he wants to reign the middleweight division again. And he’s got it, no doubt about it.
“Kincl can only beat me by making a mistake. No matter what anyone says, Kincl is not a better or more complete fighter than me. He knows it himself. He himself said somewhere that he will wait 25 to make a mistake,” expressed Vemola in the traditional On Sight series.
The Terminator sees his closest opponent as one of the smartest wrestlers in the country. “He knows how to move, how to prepare for people and how to learn from mistakes. He’s an intelligent cage fighter, but at the same time, that head betrays him,” he said.
Besides, Vémola says that as much as the head can win a full fight, he can also lose it to Kinclova. He cited the Inspector’s fight with Samuel Kristofich as an example. Kincl did win, but when the Pirate stood up to him, he said that not only his conditioning started to go, but also his head.
Of course, he couldn’t help but mention that if he lost, he wouldn’t be able to afford to challenge Attila Vegh in a rematch. That’s why he doesn’t underestimate anything. For example, he recalled his last fight with Al Matava, who managed to threaten him in the first minute.
“Every fight is the most important one. Every match can open doors for you to go somewhere. If you don’t win, the next important fight may not be,” Vémola concluded.
Source: Octagon MMA, YouTube
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