Mahdi, tell us how you achieved your victory last Saturday against Joao Silva?

“I started the fight a bit shyly. He started hard. I kinda expected it. I got caught in his trap, but I was able to fight back well and restart. I’m glad I did. I was able to make boxing do the talking, and that’s what needs to be done. With the audience there And relatives and so on, the pressure had to be managed.”

A word about your opponent Joao Silva?

It was stronger than expected. I felt him, he was hungry. He was really strong so I avoided staying too much up front. Joao was up to the challenge. »

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Mehdi Kada vs Joao Silva at the Chalons Coliseum for Master Fight 3. Photo JSL / Corentin MURAT





Mehdi Kada vs Joao Silva at the Chalons Coliseum for Master Fight 3. Photo JSL / Corentin MURAT





Dijonnais Mehdi Kada (left) won Master Fight 3 against Portugal’s Joao Silva. JSL Photo / Corentin MURAT





Mehdi Kada vs Joao Silva at the Chalons Coliseum for Master Fight 3. Photo JSL / Corentin MURAT





Mehdi Kada vs Joao Silva at the Chalons Coliseum for Master Fight 3. Photo JSL / Corentin MURAT





What do you think of your first meeting in Chalon?

“It’s a pleasure to come here. Especially since I’m not far (Dijon). I have to come back to the area regularly. It’s a good address. Now we’ve met the organizers. It was a nice atmosphere. It will be good memories for me. I really received a great welcome, both From the directors of the evening or from the Chalonnais audience who were so wonderful to me. And then it is still the same region, like home.»

Any chance of seeing you again in a future edition of Master Fight at the Colosseum?

“If there is one, I will be there, no problem. We are already talking about it, and I hope it will happen. I am 32 years old, I want to finish my career at home.”