Weirdest Ever MMA Fight Sees Female Bantamweight KO 529-Pound Man
One of the weirdest ever freakshow MMA fights pitted a female bantamweight against a 529lb man in Russia on Friday night.
In a bill titled 'Our Business' we saw a match-up that would likely have Dana White shaking his head in horror. It pitted 139lb Darina Madzyuk against "super-heavyweight blogger" Grigory Chistyakov - who boasted a 390-pound weight advantage.
However Madzyuk was able to prove that size doesn't matter and claim a TKO victory in the cross-gender contest.
Wasn't sure about posting this, but decided I'd be failing you all if I didn't- caposa (@Grabaka_Hitman) November 28, 2020
Darina Madzyuk (139lb) vs. Grigory Chistyakov (529lb)
From a recent event called "OUR BUSINESS" (Наше Дело) in Russia. I don't know what to say. God have mercy on us all. https://t.co/rphOHnmbto pic.twitter.com/kwdNMT61JH
The insanity was apparent before the contest even began. The behemoth Chistyakov did the Vince McMahon/Conor McGregor 'billionaire strut' to the cage - then rolled around on the mat in a way we've definitely never seen from Conor or Vinnie Mac.
The 28-year-old Madzyuk somehow kept her focus in the staredown, before the pair traded wild blows in the stand-up.
The hulking male beast was able to bull the comparatively tiny Madzyuk against the side of the cage and briefly gain the advantage, putting on a headlock. (Rather you than us, Madzyuk.)
But after the pair were separated and the action returned to the centre of the cage, the female bantamweight began to land a barrage of stinging punches.
The big man toppled down and, as his foe fired down a bombardment of head shots, he was forced to tap out.
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The final image of triumph was Madzyuk photographed with her foot on her fallen opponent (who may well still be lying there now, getting his breath back).
"After this fight, I will start to train actively," said the defeated Chistyakov after the fight according to RT Sport, promising to lead a more healthy lifestyle. We would definitely recommend that, big fella - maybe a bit of light cardio, better diet and no more MMA.
At least he took his defeat with grace saying: "It happened. She hit me fine and I fell.
"Although she is small... I lay on her back, but she did not fall, and then I didn't know what to do."
this is rock bottom, right? Where else could we go from here?- caposa (@Grabaka_Hitman) November 28, 2020
Fair play, a tactical error. Although we have to seriously doubt the big call-up from Dana White to come to UFC is coming for either combatant.
Now that we've all watched it, let's definitely pretend it never happened.
Featured image credit: Twitter
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