The ONE Championship debut of Croatian mixed martial artist Roberto Soldic was disappointing, and he intends to make amends when he fights again in the United States the following month.In December, in Manila, “Robocop” faced the Russian Murad Ramazanov in his first ONE match. The battle, however, had a disappointing outcome because it was declared a no-contest when the fighter making his professional debut was unintentionally hit in the groyne during the first round and was unable to continue.
Roberto Soldic lamented the unfortunate course of events in his debut ONE Championship match, which prevented him from properly showcasing the talents that have made him the talk of the European MMA scene for the past ten years.
When he competes against former ONE welterweight world champion Zebaztian Kadestam at ONE Fight Night 10 on Prime Video on May 5 in Colorado, United States, he hopes to atone for it.
In a conversation with ONE Championship, “Robocop” stated:
“I didn’t enjoy the first fight. Everyone is aware of what took place when the groyne was struck. I was disappointed that I didn’t demonstrate my abilities [in my debut]. But now is the moment to demonstrate my prowess as I have a bout scheduled for May 5 in America. It’s excellent for me. I can’t wait to compete outside of Europe, and one of my goals is to compete in the United States. So it’s a reality of a fantasy. I’m all set. I feel fantastic.Roberto Soldic, a former two-division KSW champion, was one of the sport’s most sought-after free agents before joining ONE last year.
Zebaztian Kadestam, a veteran fighter and former champion, will be the opponent for the UFD Gym fighter at ONE Fight Night 10. Kadestam has convincingly returned to title contention with victory in his previous two fights by first-round knockout.
The promotion’s inaugural live on-ground U.S. event, ONE Fight Night 10, will take place at the 1stBank Center in Colorado. Fans in North America who have an active Prime Video subscription can watch it live and for free.