Author: Miroslav Obluk
Who will win the title?PHOTO: Patron Boxing
It is here. Domestic stable Patron Boxing and its jubilee tenth installment. In a few hours, the boxers will enter the ring, measure their strength, deal hard blows. The venue will be Brno’s Boby Centrum. Domestic and foreign stars, champion and domestic challenger will be on standby. This is the menu for The Ring 10.
The fighters are done. They got it right. The talented shooter Jan Polák also consulted with her. He weighed himself, was relieved, and so he danced. He cut a couple of dance creations before the battle in the ring. Then on Thursday night, he looked his opponent in the eye. Last staredown before the fight.
The opponent of the undefeated Czech Republic will be the Georgian Gojiashvili. If the Pole wins this battle, he will not deny his title ambitions in the super welterweight division. “Truthfully, of course I’m interested in the belt. But it will be fratricidal. I know both of them very well, we train together, it will be special. We’ll see how it works out,” the 23-year-old fighter told Patron Boxing.
The mentioned belt currently belongs to Patrik Baláž from Olomouc. His first defense is waiting for him, this one he will face with the Brno shooter Milan Ganoška.
Both title contenders managed the super welterweight limit, then cut an intense staredown. Sharp glances without blinking an eye, absolute concentration, absolute calm. A lot is at stake. Champion title. A status that currently belongs to Baláž. “I feel great. I don’t know what to say about it. I’m ready. We’re going to smash it tomorrow,” the champion smiled before the fight. “It will be unreal. Both mine and all the matches,” Baláž roared.
Even the title challenger got into trouble. “I will try to sell all the training. I am going hard for it,” promised Ganoška, who is ready to start his title mission.
Milan Procházka, an experienced fighter from Brno, also arrived at the scales to the applause of the audience. He has over 180 fights in the ring, but the last one didn’t work out for him. In Bratislava he hesitated, in Brno he wants to return to the winning wave. The Georgian Amiridze is on the way back. “Tomorrow you can expect hell, how else,” smiled the forty-two-year-old fighter, whose biggest driving force is his family.
Other sharp battles will also come to the fore. The match card consists of duels under the rules of boxing, Thai boxing and kickboxing. “Showtime in K-1 will be presented to you by this confident foursome! Němeček, Didiaev, Marchesini and Pakiž! You’d better line up here, because these fighters will definitely not let you sit still,” entices the Instagram profile of Patron, who before the next tournament joined forces with by the Fusion Fight League.
This gala evening will delight all lovers of posture disciplines.