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The mixed martial arts fight in Russia saw 3ft tall TikTok star Hasbulla Magomedov fight 3ft 3in tall Abduroziq, a singer from Tajikistan. Critics said the entire thing was 'wrong'. And why are you imitating Conor McGregor? The mixed martial arts fight was organised by Chechen blogger Ashab Tamayev, 19, and was due on 18 May, but it is unclear who won. And English professional mixed martial artist Darren Till expressed his willingness to pay money to see this confrontation, according to local media. Want all the latest shocking news and views from all over the world straight into your inbox?

The new 'Hulk' - Russian teen MMA hopeful whose neck is so big 'a knife can't penetrate it'

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A year-old Russian "hulk" has made his MMA debut - and the result was "absolute carnage" as one website put it. Ashab Tamaev's debut has already pulled in over six million views but his fighting skills are not the main attraction. The result is a bulging body, the feature being a 54cm neck which looks ridiculously enormous even when viewed alongside his 48cm biceps. Tamaev claims no year-old in the world has a thicker neck, and while this is hard to prove, who is arguing. His popular Instagram workout videos include one in which he drags three cars using a band around the back of his head.

Russian Teen Fights Back After Being Fined For ‘Gay Propaganda’

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Neverov who is now being given legal support by the Russian LGBT Network will soon go back to court to appeal the decision, which is also been supported by the launch of a new petition. The petition which has been launched through All Out calls for the charges against Neverov to be dropped, and aims to ensure that the case is highlighted not just by Russian media but media across the globe. You can sign the petition in support of Neverov by following this link.