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Sergei Kharitonov wants to compete in freestyle wrestling and he doesn’t even care if he loses

Sergei Kharitonov wants to compete in freestyle wrestling and he doesn’t even care if he loses

If Sergei Kharitonov is a son of a gun, then it’s clear that his father is a Klingon Death Ray. Some people call him the palest dark horse to ever compete in an MMA tourney, I just call him ‘sir’ and politely step away. It’s been a while since we’ve witnessed Sergei get pass the first round of the Strikeforce Heavyweight Grand-Prix in just 2:49. The world finally realized that those meat hooks attached to Kharitonov’s forearms is just an accelerated way for another human to drop to the floor through the use of brute force. Now that Sergei is under contract to not compete in any other MMA promotion, it appears that he’s looking to participate in freestyle wrestling competitions and basically any grappling match he can wrap his hands around.

“Right now I am not allowed to fight in MMA in any other organisation, so I have to look for other opportunities to stay busy and move forward, I do K-1 fights and boxing. It’s not 100% yet but I might take part in either sambo or grappling competition closer to the very important semifinals bout in HW GP. I might even go to a freestyle wrestling competition if there is an opportunity, it’s not even important if I win there or not, more important just to take part in it. I know that I will win my GP bout and I also don’t have to be ashamed if I lose in the grappling competition where I have no reputation on the line.”

If you haven’t seen Sergei Kharitonov vs. Daniel Ghita at the K-1 World GP, then you should probably direct your cursor to this link. The guy’s skeletal structure is hyper-dense, enabling him to sustain damage that would fatally wound lesser men. Let’s just hope planet earth survives long enough to see the second-round of the Strikeforce Heavyweight Grand-Prix. The MMA world needs this. [Source]

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