A2DSport

logo top

‘Hulk Iran’ defeated by semi-professional boxer

02 Aug 2022 | 17:31 | News

The disaster phase of ‘Hulk Iran’ Sajad Gharibi, the “Iranian Hulk” real name, quickly defeated semi-professional boxer Djumanov Almat Bakhytovich (nicknamed the Kazakh Titan) in a match in Dubai on July 31.

Sajad Gharibi, also known as the “Iranian Hulk”, made his first fight at the Wicked N’Bad event in Dubai. His opponent is only the unknown warrior Kazakh Titan (real name Djumanov Almat Bakhytovich).

But from the first half, Garribi showed weakness in all his skills, from movement and defence to attack. The “Iranian Hulk” was repeatedly punched and kicked by Bakhtovic in the first half and fell to the ground.

After the loss, Garibal had to apologize to the fans: “I’m really embarrassed and want to apologize to the Iranian people.”

Amateur mobile stage of “Hulk Iran” (blue shirt).

Meanwhile, Garribee’s coach has argued that he and his students only have two weeks to practice. Garibal had no choice. Hulk Iran will be fined heavily if the game is cancelled.

On social networks, fans kept laughing at Garribi. “Please don’t let him step in the ring again,” said one fan. Another fan shared the same sentiment, saying: “Maybe I’m doing better than the self-proclaimed Hulk.”

Sajad Gharibi is known as the “Iranian Hulk” because of his oversized body. He is 1.88 m tall and weighs 180 kg. After a period of showing off his prowess on social networks, Garibal claimed to be a boxer and wanted to fight in the ring.

In April, Garibal scheduled a fight against another semi-professional boxer, Martin Ford, who is 2.03 meters tall and weighs 140 kilograms. However, the game was called off at the last minute.

Tuan Nguyen