Siyar Bahadurzada’s moniker of ‘The Afghan Killer’ is a highly misleading title. To my knowledge, Siyar has never killed anyone in the name of Afghanistan. If he has, then he’s failed to inform anyone of it. There is a small chance that Siyar is a certified murderer, and perhaps he’s just using this entire MMA thing as some elaborate cover. In fact, if you do a search on Twitter, it will reveal two Siyar Bahadurzadas: one named ‘Siyar the Killer‘ and the other called ‘Siyar the Great.’ It’s obvious that Siyar Bahadurzada is suffering multiple personalities, and it goes without saying that both personalities have the ability to sever a person’s consciousness in less than three seconds. Judging by his MMA Junkie interview, it appears that both Siyar Bahadurzadas have left Golden Glory due to issues of trust.
“They didn’t pay me my money for the Glory World Series that I fought in May 2011, and they’re keeping me in the dark about my contract and extended the contract for another five years,”
The money Siyar is referring to is $150,000 that he was promised after he won the 2010-2011 Glory World Series. Hopefully this gets cleared up immediately, because we all remember what happened with Scott Coker and Siyar Bahadurzada early last year. If words were insanely unbalanced power-ups in a first person shooter, Siyar Bahadurzada has entered ‘God Mode‘ on a number of occasions in his career. [Source]