|02-15-2007, 09:45 PM||#1|
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Bloodyknux.Com Exclusive Interview : 1 on 1 with Gago Drago
Bloodyknux.com Exclusive Interview: Gago Drago
Getting to know one of K1 Max's Rising Superstars
Here at Bloodyknux.com, We strive to bring our readers interviews with Combat Sport superstars from all over the Globe. This case is no different as our John Walters was recently able to speak with rising Armenian K-1 Max Superstar Gago Drago. Please enjoy the following interview as we here at Bloodyknux are proud to help you get to know a rising superstar in the Kickboxing world.
BK: Tell us a bit about yourself. where you are from and currently live,
and just some basics on your fighting background for our readers if you could please?
GD: I’m Gago Drago, 21 years old, Armenian and now living in Holland. I
started my Thai boxing training 7 years ago here in Holland
BK: It seems like you use alot of energy for those high power fight
entrances. Does it really hype you up for fight time or is it just your style?
GD: It accomplishes some of both
BK: What do you think of the current champion Buakaw PorPramuk?
do you think stylistically you match up well with him?
GD: When I think about him, I think if I stylistically can match up
with him… time will tell.
BK:Now that you are in K-1, is the MAX title high on the importance list
of career goals?
GD: At this moment its my most important goal.
BK:.Who do you feel would be your best style matchup in the eliminations?
GD: Anybody who’s up for a real fight.
BK:.Now who would you actually WANT to fight in the eliminations?
GD: It doesnt matter to me, Ill fight anyone.
BK: Tell us a bit about your training and preparation for a K-1 MAX
fight..Tell us a bit about where you train and who you train with.
GD:I train everyday. For me it doesn’t matter what kind of fight it is,I
always train the same. In both Alkmaar and Amsterdam. I have some very good training partners including Kaas, Schneider, Edwin, Romeo and Fritz.
BK: Whats the biggest difference from fighting in Holland compared to
fightng in Japan for you?
GD: In Japan its more professional than in Holland.
BK:.Where do you prefer to fight or does it even matter?
GD: It does not matter, I like fighting in both countries equally.
BK:.What would say was the toughest fight in your career so far?
GD: My first career bout against Stephan Vecelic.
BK: Your toughest win to achieve?
GD: That very first fight I had against Stephen Vecelic
BK : Your toughest loss to accept?
GD: That was against Ondrey “ Speibel “ Hutnik
BK:.Who are some people you look up to in your life? any inspirations?
GD: My Father is my main inspiration
BK: Is there anything you would like to say to your fans out there?
GD:Thanks for your support, for all of you I have created www.gagodrago.com for all of my fans to come visit and keep track of my career. Also I wish to thank my sponsors KickBets (www.kickbets.com) as well as www.Superprosamui.com
Last edited by H : 02-16-2007 at 07:57 AM.