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Invicta’s Helena Kolesnyk Talks The Time She Wanted an Opponent Checked For Rabies

July 21, 2018 | Posted by Larry Csonka
Invicta FC 29, Invicta FC 32

Invicta Fighter Helena Kolesnyk recently spoke with MAA Junkie about a past fight with Malihe Younes, and the negative feelings she has about that fight…

On Why The Fight Was So Bad: “It was the worst fight I had to compete in. She should be checked for rabies. Throughout the fight, she poked my eyes with her fingers, and bit my neck and arms. The referee pretended not to see anything. After the bout, it turned out that the referee is her coach, which is very unprofessional and unfair. After this crazy girl, I had to treat my eyes for several months. Such fighters can’t take part in competition. She needs to check her psyche. “Before the fight with Pam, my opponent changed several times. And at the last minute they choose her. Honestly, I admit, I underestimated her and relaxed for that fight. I will not allow that to happen anymore.”

On Her New Focus: “This time around, I came to American Top Team in Florida,” Kolesnyk said. “I have a great coaches and cool teammates. I hope those factors will help me put on a spectacular show. … All my thoughts are on this fight. I hope to win, so I can get closer to title fight in Invicta. That’s my biggest dream.”

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Helena Kolesnyk, INVICTA, Larry Csonka