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Weirdest Ever MMA Fight Sees Female Bantamweight KO 529-Pound Man

Alex Reid

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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.

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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.)

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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.

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).

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"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."

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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

Topics: MMA News, Mixed Martial Arts, Fight News, UFC, MMA

Alex Reid
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