Gothenburg’s Enes Kollari will make his professional MMA debut on Saturday’s Wolf Fight Promotion 8 in Halmstad, Sweden.
In an interview with Käftsmällspoddens Andres Viracca, he shares his thoughts on the upcoming fight and his tough opponent Danijel Grbic.
“I’ve been waiting for this for a long time,” Kollari says. “It will be nice to show everything I’ve trained for and how hard I worked.”
“He’s just like anybody standing in my way. I look forward to putting on a show. What I want to do is, you know, the first round,” Kollari laughs.
Enes Kollari doesn’t care about Swedish Champions
Danijel Grbic has three professional bouts to his name and is a former Swedish champion. However, titles are nothing that impresses the Gothenburg fighter.
“I know he’s a former Swedish champion, he lost his last three fights. He’s experienced, you know, but I haven’t studied him so much to be honest. You know, I’ve been in the game for a long time myself. I just know that everyone of my opponents has been Swedish champions. It doesn’t matter, no one has done anything.”
In fact, Kollari has a bold prediction for his pro debut.
“The best thing that happened to Grbic was that he was stopped by Khamzat in the second round, so I want to do it in the first.”