Rapper With Tattooed Eyeballs And Massive Bodybuilder Throw Down In Crazy Freakshow Fight
KSW 39 ‘Colosseum’ went off with a bang in Warsaw, Poland, this weekend: as well as a bout involving infamous former World’s Strongest Man Mariusz Pudzianowski (aka ‘Pudzian’), KSW also put on a freakshow fight between ex-bodybuilder Robert Burneika, and a rapper with tattooed eyeballs, Popek Monster.
Popek actually fought against Pudzian in his last MMA bout and although he lost way of a devastating first round knockout, the rapper wanted to test himself against another massive bodybuilder.
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Most fans thought Popek had no chance against the massive Burneika – who’s biceps measuring an astonishing 63cm (25 inches) in diameter – but this time, however, the rapper was the one dishing out the punishment rather than receiving it.
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As soon as the opening bell rang out, Popek went on the attack and landed a massive left hook to Burneika’s dome. The former bodybuilder was visibly rocked and never managed to recover and his much smaller opponent pinned him to the canvas and unloaded a deluge of punches to Burneika’s head and body.
He managed to hold out for about 40 seconds but the referee called an end to the contest when Burneika was unable to fight back or adequately defend himself.
Widely known for their freakshow matchups and high-quality promotional videos, ‘Konfrontacja Sztuk Walki’ are making a name for themselves in the world of MMA. Founded in 2002, KSW is now widely considered to be the premiere MMA organisation in Poland and is one of the leading promotions in Europe.
By the looks of things, they clearly don’t give a fu*k about testing for PED’s but no one can deny that their events generate a hell of a lot of excitement, as illustrated by the 58,000 in attendance for this event.
WATCH THIS FREAKSHOW FIGHT ON THE PLAYER BELOW:
That wasn’t the only crazy moment of the night, though: former UFC fighter Norman Parke had a lightweight title match against Mateusz Gamrot, and it was highly controversial. Parke lost the fight via unanimous decision but it was the moment when Gamrot appeared to bite Parke’s finger in the middle of a grappling exchange that was all anybody could talk about afterwards. Check it out here…
Wow, looks like Gamrot DID bite Parke's finger haha pic.twitter.com/nxPqMtAX97
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