A new person Roberto Soldic knew that Murad Ramazanov and his team would underestimate how good his demolition defense was.
On Saturday, December 2, Roberto Soldic will make his much-anticipated debut against Murad Ramazanov on a stacked card at ONE on Prime Video 5. In what could be a title elimination match world for both fighters, Soldic is doing his best to ensure that his opponent doesn’t win the ticket to the world title so easily.
After studying how Ramazanov works inside the Circle, Soldic seems to have learned all about wrestler Dagestani.
Speaking exclusively for Superman MMA, ‘Robocop’ illustrated exactly what he expected Ramazanov to do to bring the war to an end:
“He was in the cage very well. He uses this [takedown] from single blow to lock, like what Khabib [Nurmagomedov] do. So with this game, everyone let’s lower the single leg and switch to body lock.”
Dagestani warrior Murad Ramazanov will actually have a fighting style similar to Khabib Nurmagomedov, with the priority being to set the kill point, gain control from the top, then land and smash.
However predictable and simple it can be, it is still one of the most effective ways to finish off an opponent. However, Roberto Soldic accepts the challenge and warns Ramazanov not to underestimate how dangerous he is. He added:
“I have good defense. They don’t see this and you can’t feel it on YouTube.”
See the interview below:
Roberto Soldic says he chooses to compete under ONE Championship to “stay active”
In a few sentences, Roberto Soldic summarized why he chose to sign under ONE Championship instead of other major MMA organizations in the world.
After signing with KSW, Soldic became one of the hottest free agents in MMA. The Croatian superstar has already made a big name for himself by advancing in Europe, winning world championships in two different weight classes and going on a nine-match unbeaten streak.
Talk to Ariel Helwani from MMA time, The 27-year-old sensation explains why he chose to sign with one of the world’s top martial arts organizations:
“I wanted to do something different. Sick [try to] try your best to win all the belts from these competitive and opportunistic sports, how [can] I say no? This is impossible. Maybe if I go to other institutions, I [have to] wait a year to fight. This is a problem for me. I want to continue working.”
See Soldic’s comment (14:10) below: