Four important questions and four answers. Among the athletes invited to the interviews are many well-known personalities of our sport. Today – Engin Terzi ()
PeSzy: Engin, you've fought a thousand fights. You were winning and you were losing. Let's start with the losers. Which of your rivals surprised you the most? So that you expected him to win, but you lost.
Engin Terzi: That was Lorenzo Villar from Spain in 1996 WAF.
PeSzy: Which winning fight, against which rival, went much easier than you expected?
Engin Terzi: Winning easier than i expected? The answer is Nikolai Grigoriev from Russia in 2003 WAF.
PeSzy: At what competitions, tournaments, in what fights the fans were behind you and cheered you the most? Did your fans' cheering help you a lot? Have you ever fought "on a foreign pitch" where the audience wanted you to fail? How did you feel it?
Engin Terzi: In 2018 WAF i won in my homeland and crowd supported me as expected. But what i heard that in 2015 WAF in Malaysia i was supported by a lot of people. In fact both times i didn't hear anything at that moment as i was so much focused on winning. Later either i heard on videos or people told me about these. I have lived and competed in US for many years and most of the times i was the only foreign person between all those Americans.