At ONE on Prime Video 5, Roberto Soldic will make his extremely anticipated debut in ONE Championship. On December 2, the Croatian star will face the undefeated Murad Ramazanov contained in the circle.
The total occasion, which is ready to provide fireworks in Manila, is stay and free for North American viewers with a Prime subscription.
When Soldic introduced that his KSW contract had run out, there was instantly plenty of hypothesis about the place the 2-weight world champion would find yourself. His signing with ONE Championship grew to become one of many greatest tales of the 12 months and his debut is bound to be one other enormous second for each ‘Robocop’ and ONE Championship.
In an interview with his new promotion, Soldic spoke about his choice to affix ONE Championship as a substitute of staying at KSW, in addition to his hopes now that he’s combating below a brand new banner:
“I have a lot of guys to [fight] and it’s not gonna be easy. I was no longer comfortable in KSW because I win, win, win. It just got boring. So now it’s different. I wanna be a combat sports champion, but it will be very hard. The idea from Chatri was very good and you can see he gave me a lot of respect that he flew to Zagreb and he was in the Arena also, and he says I’m going to do ONE Championship here with you and this was also something special in Zagreb. I tried to bring ONE Championship and that is a big, big, big move for me, also for my people in the country, in Croatia, in Bosnia.”
Roberto Soldic says there’s “a little bit of pressure” with all the eye he is receiving forward of ONE debut
Stepping into ONE Championship with a ton of pleasure surrounding him, Roberto Soldic was at all times going to be one of the talked about fighters on the roster.
‘Robocop’ earned his hype with a seven-battle successful streak with six KOs in his former promotion KSW. Needless to say, Soldic is the most important MMA star to return out of Croatia since Mirko Cro Cop.
Ahead of his extremely anticipated debut contained in the circle, Roberto Soldic sat down with The MMA Superfan to speak about the entire hype and pleasure surrounding his upcoming battle with Murad Ramazanov, and whether or not he feels any further stress:
Roberto Soldic stated:
“It’s a little bit of pressure, but nothing special. I use this pressure in my fights and training. I put in hard work. I don’t take time to relax. I’m focused on my goals all the time. And it’s not easy, of course, but people expect always that I finish my opponents and everything. This is also more pressure than normal but I handle it well. I don’t have any problems with that. I stay grounded, trying to be humble all the time with the guys, with the sparring partners, with my family, with my friends.”
Watch the complete interview right here: