“You can’t feel it on YouTube”

ONE newcomer Roberto Soldic knows Murad Ramazanov and his team won’t underestimate how good his takedown defense is.

On Saturday, December 2, Roberto Soldic will make his highly anticipated debut against Murad Ramazanov on a stacked card at ONE on Prime Video 5. In a world title eliminator fight for both fighters, Soldic does his due diligence to be sure. his opponent is not so easy to punch his ticket to the world championship.

Having studied Ramazanov’s way of working within the Circle, Soldich seems to have understood everything about the Dagestan wrestler.

Speaking exclusively MMA Superfan, “Robocop” described exactly what he expected Ramazanov to do to put the fight down:

“He’s good in the cage. He takes advantage of it [takedown] single leg to body lock, like Khabib [Nurmagomedov] does. So everyone drops a single leg with this game and goes for a body lock.

Dagestan fighter Murad Ramazanov will indeed have a similar fighting style to Khabib Nurmagomedov, prioritizing the takedown, taking control from a high position, and then going down to his back.

As predictable and simple as it is, it’s still one of the most effective ways to finish off opponents. Roberto Soldic accepts the challenge and warns Ramazanov not to underestimate how dangerous it is. He added:

“I have good defense. They don’t see it and you can’t feel it on YouTube.”

Watch the interview below:


Roberto Soldic said he chose to fight under ONE Championship to “stay active”.

In a few sentences, Roberto Soldic summed up 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 on the MMA circuit. The Croatian superstar has made a name for himself under the European promotion, claiming world titles in two different weight classes and going on a nine-fight undefeated streak.

Speaking with Ariel Helvani MMA Watch, The 27-year-old sensation explained why he signed a contract with one of the world’s leading martial arts organizations:

“I want to do something different. Sick [try to] I try my best to get all the belts from martial arts and how about this opportunity [can] I say no? It is impossible. Maybe if I go to other organizations, I [have to] wait a year to fight. This is a problem for me. I want to stay active.”

Catch Soldic’s comments (14:10) below: