HUGE bodybuilder fights MMA – does not last long

Saturday, September 30, 2017

In this video from Russian amateur MMA league Arrows Street Fight, we see what happens when a huge bodybuilder fights an MMA fighter, and it doesn’t last very long, so don’t blink.

While the bodybuilder certainly looks to be the physically stronger, more intimidating man, his opponent seems to be much more skilled and confident in his abilities compared to the bodybuilder.

As we all know, looking strong and being a good fighter are two very different things that someone finds out the hard way in this video, unfortunately.

While the title of this YouTube video hints at the bodybuilder’s opponent being a mere ‘hillbilly,’ it appears this hillbilly definitely has some skill and ability which is more than you can say about the bodybuilder.

Look at the way the hillbilly moves compared to the bodybuilder and how he throws out some feints before attacking to gauge his opponent’s reaction. Not to mention, notice how the hillbilly simply appears to be much more confident fighting.

The discrepancy in skill becomes really apparent when the hillbilly MMA fighter starts to tee off on the bodybuilder. The way the bodybuilder turns away looks as if he’s never done any sort of striking training at all and maybe has never even been hit in the face before at all.

This fight just goes to show you that having huge muscles really don’t have much of anything to do with fighting ability. Check out the video and see for yourself.

ABOUT ARROWS STREET FIGHT:
The project “Arrow. Street fights “started in the summer of 2011 in St. Petersburg. Anyone has the opportunity to take part in street battles without rules. For battles allowed only amateurs and semi-professionals. After a thorough analysis of the data and capabilities of the fighters, the jury forms approximately equal in strength pairs. In the battles involved men of different ages and social groups, which gives the project a truly popular and democratic character. [Source: YouTube]

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