FULFILLING HIS CHILDHOOD DREAM VILIUS TARASEVICIUS IS READY FOR EVERYTHING

 

"I will never forget how me and my dad used to watch the K-1 fights happening in Japan. Then i thought that it would be fun to fight in that ring and be well-known", says V.Tarasevicius- fighter for the club "Cunamis".

It was just a little boy's dream.

"Nevertheless I was modest, standing in that ring was a dream, and that dream came true", - says the fighter while getting ready to fight in the "Dream Boxing and KOK'59 World series 2018" tournament, taking place in Kaunas on september 21 st.

V.Tarasevicius will be fighting the greek veteran Nikos Boulis.

"The preperation for the fights has been going great. We worked really hard durning the summer, there was not time to rest. Now were working on some really intenese pace excercises. The week before the tournament should be a little easier. We have a great team, thats why the preperation for the fights is going well".

When asked about his opponent V.Tarasevicius smilled: "His singularity is his character, the greeks have a hot temper".

"It's very hard to predict how the fight will go. I don't really know my opponent so i can't say what his strenghts or weaknesses are. I will just try to fights how i always do. If i can will knock him out, if not then i will win with wrestiling. I will do everything i can to not let the fight go the distance".

Courage and cold-bloodedness are the main traits that let Vilius grab wins in the ring.

"The most important thing is to keep my compsure and turn my anxiety into positive energy, so that i don't panic in uncomftorable situations, - the fighter says - I have had over 150 karate, kudo, wrestiling and MMA fights in my career. I have enough expierience and i can confidently step into the KOK ring".

V.Tarasevicius is very excited for the fights. "I can't wait to fight and the fight will take place in my hometown so the fight will be twice more fun".

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