Among other things, the King of Wrestling revealed in “Sport Panorama” why he didn’t attack Prateller Sawdust.
A week after “Regency”, King of Wrestling Joel Vicki was a guest on “Sport Panorama”. His victory in the Federal in Pratelen brought important days for the 25-year-old.
Leaning back and enjoying the royal glory was no problem for Vicki. In addition to parades of Central Swiss wrestlers in various communities, victory marches through Srenburg on Wednesday and various media events, he also took time out to train with enthusiastic children in Hasle-Ruegsau. “I probably won’t have a few hearts to swing by,” says Vicki.
came to the game through my brother
As a little boy, the person from Entelbuch himself had a passion for sports. “We always had Chilbischinget, where bad farm boys from different places would meet,” Vicki said. “My brother took me with him. Maybe because I had too much energy.”
At the age of 6, he won for the first time in one of these events. And despite his always small body size, successes were not lacking afterwards. At the age of 16 he participated in his first ESAF in Bergdorf and two years later caused a stir with his first victory at Kranzfest. The coronation on Sunday a week ago is at the end of the ascent.
Stopped «stealing sawdust»
An anecdote told by Vicky on the show epitomizes the importance that the Swiss in general and the royal title in particular have for her. On the Friday before the festival, he accompanied coach Daniel Hustler to the empty field to allow him to drown. with success.
After the victory in the evening, he and two of his accomplices returned to the spot. “There was no one there anymore. We went to the 7th place and got a handful of sawdust,” says Vicki. He really wanted to take the sawdust with him, but he did not dare to come to the festival at the Temple of Gifts.
If you work in the middle of the day, there are 25 hours in a day.
For the avid hunter and agriculture student, leisure breaks are likely to be few and far between in the near future. Maybe he’s going away for a few more days, Vicki suggested. And an otherwise good outfit is worth its weight in gold: “Then it’s never too much. If you work in the middle of the day, that’s 25 hours a day.” Vicki can use a lot of energy these days, just like when she was a little boy.