Bobby Volker Expects Stand-up War at Shamrock FC332 Main Event – MMA Sports

It’s been a year since he last set foot in the cage, and the welterweight Bobby Volker isn’t too stressed about it.

Having fought for almost 20 years from amateur to pro rank, Volker learned to take things when things came and get the most out of the current situation.

“It hasn’t changed much for me,” Voelker told “I’m going back to work, training and staying fit. When the fight begins, I start hitting it seriously and start feeling like a beast again.

“I’m just on the move. I love fighting. I love doing what I do. I want to keep doing as long as I stay healthy. So far, it’s been very good, so let’s continue. “

Although he is one of MMA’s longest-serving veterans, Voelker continues to learn new skills and will continue to strive to advance the game as long as he is absorbed in training and fighting.

“I always try to learn from everyone,” Voelker said. “Of course, age will catch up with everyone, including me. So I’m just on the move. When I feel that, it’s time to quit. It’s time to do it, but that’s it. Until then, I keep knocking on the people around me. “

This Saturday, in Kansas City, Missouri, Voelker (33-14) will face Josh Weston (8-9) in the Shamrock FC332’s £ 170 main event for the first round of 2021.

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“He’s very calm, relaxed and trying to keep it at his own pace (a kind of guy),” Voelker said of Weston. “He can go far. He has knockout power. He’s a balanced fighter, but he’s like me and wants to keep it up.

“He wants to stand, but (but) he can take down and knock out each other if needed, but for a while it’s going to be a standing war. I’m just trained. , Go into a tough, hard-headed self and chase him. “

Approaching 50 professional battles, Voelker continues to enjoy every minute of his MMA journey and isn’t seeing the end of his career right away.

“At that time, I had never thought about this far,” Voelker said. “When I’m not training, I feel like I’m injured when I don’t hit my face, so I kept doing it. Maybe my body is just used to being hit, so that’s what I need. It’s a good way.

“Why don’t you keep doing that? When you get in there, it smells of blood and you go to kill, and you’re still in a hurry.”

– MMA Sports

Bobby Volker Expects Stand-up War at Shamrock FC332 Main Event Bobby Volker Expects Stand-up War at Shamrock FC332 Main Event

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