Pancrase Fighter Darani Pravajra Leaves Little to the Imagination With Hilarious Weigh-In Wardrobe

Japanese combat sports star Darani Pravajra is known for his incredibly unique and blindingly skimpy attire during weigh-in ceremovies

Darani Pravajra
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Pancrase mixed martial artist Darani Pravajra left little to the imagination as he stepped on the scale for his bout at Pancrase Neo Blood.

Pravajra who holds a record of 13-17-9 was slated to face Yusuke Amari at the event in Tokyo, Japan. Ahead of their contest, the two fighters were scheduled to weigh in. That’s when Pravajra proceeded to strip down, leaving only a pair of all-too-revealing “underwear.” 

Based on his expression, it’s quite clear that Darani Pravajra’s opponent was far from amused by the fighter’s interesting choice of attire. Darani Pravajra also shared an image of himself modeling the strap-on undies on his Instagram page. For those brave enough, you can view that image here

Darani Pravajra’s Attire Brings Memories of Dennis Hallman’s Unforgettable UFC 133 Attire

Darani Pravajra’s choice of weigh-in attire immediately earned comparisons to Dennis Hallman, a former UFC fighter who caused quite the stir at UFC 133 when he showed up for a fight wearing a tiny blue speedo. This of course was before the UFC’s partnership with Reebok, and now Venum, which requires fighters to wear a specifically designed fight kit inside the Octagon.

Fortunately for fans, Hallman was quickly dispatched inside the first round by opponent Brian Ebersole. Happy with the quick result, Dana White rewarded Ebersole with a $70,000 bonus for “getting those horrifying shorts off TV as soon as possible.”

All jokes aside, the UFC President was pretty upset that Hallman was allowed to leave the locker room in his poorly chosen fight attire and immediately condemned Hallman in a post-fight press conference.

“I’m seriously p*ssed off at the guys who work for us who let him walk out with those things on. I’ve never been so embarrassed to be in the UFC. It was as bad as bad can get.”

Published on October 10, 2022 at 7:30 pm
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