Sajjad Gharib, otherwise known as The Iranian Hulk, made his much-anticipated boxing debut on Saturday night – but it didn’t go to plan.
It came out of nowhere earlier this year when it was announced that he would be fighting a professional bodybuilder. Martin Ford In O2.
However, after the pair collided head-on, the fight fell apart and Ford simply pushed Garibi to the ground and it became clear that it might not be a fair fight.
After this incident, footage emerged of the Iranian Hulk breaking down on a TV show, disowned by his parents, and stating that he was going to kill himself.
Then Ford called the organizers of the event and told them that he would do it You don’t have to go forward with the battle anymoreBecause he didn’t want to be responsible for a stranger’s attack and taking his life.
So instead, the Iranian Hulk moved on to a different adversary in the form of the Kazakh Titan, whose real name is Djumanov Almat Bakitovich.
The pair met in the ring over the weekend and the Kazakh titan was completely dominant, landing to the body and head at will, with the Iranian hulk repeatedly turning away from his opponent to stop the contest.
I have nothing to say but I am ashamed and I apologize to the people of Iran. Garibi said after the fight.
Iran’s Halk coach gave a more detailed explanation as to why Garibi had a poor performance.
He said: “Thanks for your good and bad messages, I just wanted to give you a brief overview of the fight.
“The fight took place before Sajjad came to me and signed the contract. There was no way to cancel unless he paid a huge penalty for the cancellation.
“We have a bad situation. Sajjad came to Tehran for training [but] We had financial problems, the sponsor did not keep their promise.
“Long story short, Sajjad only trained with me for two weeks and I told him he wasn’t ready to fight. But I had to be with him because he had to fight and someone had to train him.
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