Oktagon, the largest Czechoslovak MMA tournament, returned to the Ondrej Nepela Hall in Bratislava for the second time this year, bringing again a loaded card, great fights and an incredible show! From the beginning to the end, spectators have witnessed exciting battles, hard knockouts, and several surprising results.
„Pirát“ Samuel Krištofič, became the king of Bratislava, after tough five round battle against Robo Pukač. The main fight of the event was won by local Tomáš Deák, who defeated Czech Filip Macek and earned Bantanam weight title and belt.
One of the biggest surprises of the night was the result of Project Y semi-finals, where beautiful young Ivy Hašková knocked out the favourite Kateřina „Kundosaki“ Klinderová. But it wasn’t the only surprise. UFC veteran and favourite of home audience Jeremy Kimball was defeated by for many unknown Timo Feucht from Germany in the first round by TKO. Many people, including promoter Ondřej Novotný, were surprised by judges’ decision in the fight between Marek Mazuch and Pimo Kusters. The judges decided 2:1 in favour of local Mazuch, which was quite controversial and unexpected.
Local Lukáš Pajtina returned in great form after an injury, but even that was not enough for an experienced Jarda Jartim, who beat him by TKO. The exciting duel of young talents Slovak Rony Paradeiser and Czech Leo Brichta was won’t by first named and another beautiful fight and hard KO was delivered by Ludovít Klein, who defeated veteran Rodrigues and is another step closer to his dream UFC.
All fights are available on Oktagon MMA Youtube channel.
Dvořák def. Kvelidze v 2. round by submission (arm triangle)
Mazuch def. Kusters by decision (2:1)
Hašková def. Klinderová v 2. round by KO
Jartim def. Pajtina v 2. round by TKO
Paradeiser def. Brichta v 2. round by submission (armbar)
Feucht def. Kimball v 1. round by TKO
Hromek def. Daniš v 2. round by TKO
Buday def. Dittrich v 2. round by submission
Klein def. Rodrigues v 3. round by KO
Pirát Krištofič def. Robo Pukač by decission
Tomáš Deák def. Filip Macek by decission