By FOX Sports Staff
The 28-year-old will also be making in his professional debut although, much like many other fighters in the region, he has previously made a name for himself in the national judo circuit.
One FC have paired him up with Malaysian Eugenio Tan and both fighters will take part in a light heavyweight bout at the Istora Senayan on September 13.
The grappling specialist is delighted that his fight was confirmed as early as June, making him one of the first local fighters that will bid to do battle for Indonesian pride.
"It is a huge honour to represent Indonesia, especially when I am fighting in front of 12,000 fans," Vincent told FOX Sports. "One FC is the largest MMA organisation in Asia and I will get to compete against other world-class mixed martial artists."
"Indonesia has a rich martial arts history dating back thousands of years and we are now able to showcase that on a global stage.
"It will be a surreal experience when I walk out to thousands of Indonesians cheering you and I do not want to let my country down."
Vincent currently weighs over 100kg but will have to slim down for the fight as the upper limit has been earmarked at 93kg, thereby requiring a focused training regimen for the man nicknamed as the 'Jackhammer' over the next nine weeks.
"I have to cut a lot of weight to drop down from the heavyweight division," he agreed.
"I am now kicking into gear my training camp for the fight. It will only get more and more intense from here till the fight.
"Training sessions will get longer and the level of intensity will kick up several notches. I will also have to watch what I eat.
"But I definitely feel that regardless of my size, I already have a speed advantage. I'm going to dictate the pace of the fight and get off my shots and get out of the way."
On the other hand, Tan, a Johor Bahru native, is closer to the weight limit and has more experience with a 1-2-0 record. Nevertheless, he expects a passionate Indonesian crowd to play a significant factor in the fight.
"I'm not so sure I will like to get booed though, although I think it is likely to happen since I am fighting an Indonesian and they are fiercely patriotic," he stated.
"[Fellow Malaysian fighter] Melvin Yeoh has been huge in getting me focused for the fight. The mental game is as important as the physical training that you do and Melvin has been there and fought in a One FC cage.
"The main thing, though, is that I have to listen to myself and do my best. I need to stay focused and I am sure that I will be able to field a punch."
Stefer Rahardian is the other local fighter that has been confirmed for the event and he will face another Malaysian in Penang Fight Club's Raymond Tan for a bantamweight contest.