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Sajab Gharibi, ‘Iranian Hulk’, ridiculous in his boxing match

It will not be the first or the second time that we come across Sajab Gharibi, known by the nickname "Iranian Hulk". We are talking about a bo


    It will not be the first or the second time that we come across Sajab Gharibi, known by the nickname “Iranian Hulk”. We are talking about a bodybuilder virally famous for his size, rather than for his successes or his marks and achievements in the world of bodybuilding for which, obviously, he needs to score. His bibs and his wide back have given him that look that only has to be painted green to close a perfect marvelous Halloween costume.

    However, the actor decided to use that muscle and show that in addition to the photos, he has real strength. For that he decided to enter nothing more and nothing less than the discipline of boxing. Contrary to what one might think from the outside, boxing is a terribly technical sport in which endurance or agility with footwork counts much more than strength. With a year of preparation, Sajab Gharibi has made his debut against Djumanov Almat Bakhytovich in Dubai. A fight in the United Arab Emirates that is not even close to the boxing elite, but in which the rival simply knew how to box.

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    Gharibi, at 1.88 meters tall and 177 kilos, easily surpassed his rival both in weight and in height and wingspan. However, it didn’t take him long to see that, in the ring, he was an elephant in a junkyard. Also, no matter how strong you are or how big you are, a punch to the face is a punch to the face. Gharibi was not long in receiving and becoming disoriented. Without knowing how to protect himself or move his feet, he was not long in backing off and moving around the ring like someone fleeing senseless from the next blow. A combat ending as fast as it is pathetic that leaves one of the most famous “strongmen” in the world in a very bad place.

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    The fight did not last two minutes and passed the first because the referee was not very strict. In addition, Gharibi’s play went wrong twice because his appearance in combat was very different from the one that has made him famous on social networks, which has caused many, in addition to being a bad boxer, to accuse him of scamming them with the photoshop.