Bear in mind when BJ Penn reported that “size doesn’t make any difference in MMA”, effectively Darina Madzyuk proved that to be the circumstance in her combat with a 529-pound gentleman.
The cross-gender bout took area at a the latest function in Russia titled “Our Business” and showcased Darina taking on a tremendous-heavyweight blogger in Grigory Chistyakov.
Regardless of currently being outweighed by 390-pounds, Darina Madzyuk was equipped to defy the odds and acquired a stoppage victory.
The struggle began with the substantial male in Chistyakov pushing his opponent up from the cage. As soon as there, it appeared that the super-heavyweight was making an attempt to safe some type of headlock. Nevertheless, after Madzyuk avoided staying caught up in any kind of submission, the referee stepped in to individual the fighters because of to a absence of action.
On restart Darina decided to allow her fist fly which right away paid out off when she surprised Grigory with a strike. Just after a handful of follow up punches the 500+ pounder in Chistyakov strike the canvas. Madzyuk quickly adopted up with some ground and pound which ultimately resulted in her male opponent tapping out from strikes.
Look at out Highlights from Darina’s outstanding circus battle win beneath (via Caposa on Twitter):
Wasn’t sure about submitting this, but made the decision I would be failing you all if I didn’t
Darina Madzyuk (139lb) vs. Grigory Chistyakov (529lb)
— caposa (@Grabaka_Hitman) November 28, 2020
Subsequent the disappointing outcome, Grigory Chistyakov issued the following assertion.
“After this combat, I will commence to practice actively,” claimed Chistyakov his loss to Darina Madzyuk (by way of RT Sport). “I will try out to guide a lot more or considerably less a healthier life-style. Blogger Nastya Tuki-Tuk will be my mentor.”
Then, reliving his defeat, he stated, philosophically, “It transpired. She hit me fine and I fell. Even though she is little … I lay on her back again, but she did not slide, and than I did not know what to do.
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This post initially appeared on BJPENN.com November 27, 2020