GroundandPound: In your last fight you stopped Rob Jackson winning your fifth consecutive fight. It keeps going pretty good right now, isn’t it?
It’s going OK. I’m trying to improve every fight and finish faster then the last and more memorable.
In the last year you won two fights in Russia and therefore are becoming quite a threat to Russian fighters. Do you want to fight in Russia again and what is it like to fight there?
Yes. I do. I heard the guys that lost to me want rematches (laughs). It’s different [to fight in Russia]. When they tell you not to come out of your room and only leave with them makes you wonder.
You will be fighting in KotC on April 14th against Tyler East, if you could choose another opponent, who would it be?
Jon Jones. Nobody can stop him? Really? Come on, just kick the dude in his head.
You spent most of your career with King of the Cage, what do you think about the organization and its management?
As for my experience, as long as you do your job they will 100 % take care of you.
You are the current Super heavyweight and heavyweight champion of King of the Cage, what does the titles mean to you?
After I lost my heavyweight and lightheavyweight titles I knew I had to get back and prove to everyone that they didn’t beat me. [It had been] decision losses that I didn’t give it all and therefore lost. I was champion and it was only my choice to let my belts part from me, so basically I have one more belt to avenge.