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The Iranian Hulk was dropped and stopped in his boxing debut by the Kazakh Titan in a farcical bout.
The Iranian Hulk - real name Sajad Gharibi - finally made his combat sports debut on Sunday as he took on heavyweight rival the Kazakh Titan.
But the social media sensational only lasted a round as the Kazakh Titan blasted him out in a couple of minutes.
The Kazakh fighter - real name Djumanov Almat Bakhytovich - tagged his opponent with a hard body shot before connecting with a big left hand.
The Iranian Hulk succumbed to the pressure and even turned away from his opponent, with the Kazakh Titan peppering him with shots to the head.
He continued his onslaught, eventually securing the stoppage victory as the referee mercifully waved the bout off.
The Iranian Hulk was supposed to face bodybuilder Martyn Ford, but the proposed contest collapsed.
Ford felt he had to call off the clash after watching his rival break down in tears in an emotional press conference.
"There was issues with payment with the organisation, which was neither here nor there," said Ford. "So, we've got a combination of four or five things that have happened.
"Now after all of this has happened, he still wants to fight. But he seems to think we can arrange a fight that wouldn't necessarily be as real as a real fight.
"So, he comes to terms that something like that isn't going to happen, then his management were being very fishy, to say the least. We get back to the UK, I watched all the videos, he had an interview on TV where he cried.
"He got hammered on social media, his parents came out and disowned him so I phoned up the organisation and said 'I can't fight this guy.'
"I don't want to be responsible for this kid being bullied and taking his own life because that's the only way it would have ended."
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