Moldavian fighter Daniel Procopciuk has in his sports baggage fights with both Engin Terzi and Mindaugas Tarasytis, so he analyzed the possible situation and the outcome of armfights. ()
It has become very fashionable to attach importance to the “epic” one way or another in armwrestling, but this fight is really worth paying attention to. This is a plot charged with drama when a young, gifted, intelligent and super-promising champion will fight with a real the legend of our sport, which surprises everyone when, it would seem, what else can surprise.
According to the facts and my feelings:
Engin is faster than Mindaugas, but Mindaugas is tougher and with each round it adapts better to the opponent's technique, he becomes more and more inconvenient. After a very powerful start, Engin, if he does not finish round very fast, or if he cannot immediately take on an advantageous position for himself, with each new jerk he becomes noticeably weaker; in this regard, Mindaugas is much more stable.
Both of them are toprollers, but Engin is incredibly strong in stretching and lateral pressure, and like noone he can transfer the fight to his side of the table, while Mindaugas has a pronation that I did not feel with anybody in 70 - 80 kg classes. If we compare anthropometrically, I think the dimensions of Mindaugas are more favorable for his pronation to have an advantage over stretch.