Kiko Matos gives respect to Baron Geisler after their fight

Kiko Matos gives respect to Baron Geisler after their fight
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His messy yet amusing confine battle with Baron Geisler on Saturday may have been pronounced a consistent draw, yet Kiko Matos has made his peace with the outcome as well as with his kindred performing artist and adversary. 

"It has been a thrill ride these previous couple of weeks. Now, at whatever point I think back after everything that happened I feel extremely lowered. From the bar brawl, to getting kissed, to splashing "Lager" at my [opponent], and being in the ring. I am just in wonderment," Kiko said in a Facebook post on Sunday. 

"I might want to give credit and my regards to Baron Geisler for not surrendering and taking every one of the hits. Baron Geisler is a solid [opponent] and with an endearing personality," he included. 

In the first of their two-round presentation match held as a side fascination of a Universal Reality Combat Championship battle card at a loaded Valkyrie Nightclub, Kiko commanded Baron, mounting him in the latest possible time and pouring down various ground strikes until the chime sounded. 

Be that as it may, the second round was more focused, despite the fact that it was not so much exceptional but rather more messy with Kiko looking spent. He set down on the floor after the ringer sounded as he attempted to relax. Every one of the three judges scored the session 19-19, giving every on-screen character one round each. 

"At last they pronounced our duel as a draw. As I am composing this now, I might want to respect the choice that has been made. The two of us prepared hard and neither of us surrendered. Still sportmanship wins," Kiko said. 

"Sa ngayon, hindi na importante kung sino ang nanalo, kung sino yung tama o mali. Dahil ngayon ang mahalaga ay nagkaayos na kami ni pareng Baron at mas marami pang issue na mas mahalaga kesa sa walang kwentang away namin ni Baron," he included. 

At long last, he expressed gratitude toward his fans and supporters: "Maraming salamat sa lahat ng sumuporta sa associated! Hindi po tayo nabigo." 

As far as it matters for him, Baron called the battle "a great experience". He additionally conceded in a post-battle meet that he thought Kiko had won both rounds, and he just got the advantage of the judges' uncertainty in the second round because of his continuance.

Source: Interaksyon