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    rasul rabadanovich mirzaev
    russian mixed martial arts fighter
    born march 30 1986

    actually he is younger then I am


    Mirzaev could face years in prison following the death of a 19-year-old with whom he had an disagreement on August 13, 2011. According to the Moscow police, a disagreement between Mirzaev and a drunk 19 years old Ivan Agafonov took place on 13 August 2011 on 4 a.m., in the center of Moscow near a night club. Mirzaev punched Agafonov down to the pediment. Agafonov died four days later in hospital. The Agafonov family agreed with the experts, who say the cause of the young man’s death was not a punch from Mirzaev, but the head trauma he got from falling on the pavement. The specific charge against Mirzaev could depend on whether authorities believe the punch caused the most damage or Agafonov's head hitting the sidewalk. Deliberately inflicting bodily harm that results death carries a maximum sentence of 15 years in prison. A charge of negligent death means three years in prison at most. After the death of Agafonov, his mother said that doctors failed to provide her son with necessary help. The Moscow Department of Health set up a commission composed of several neurosurgeon. They studied the actions of their colleagues and concluded that physicians who provided first aid to Agafonov indeed made some mistakes, but none of them were fatal. "All the shortcomings were of a formal nature," - the experts said. - "Help to the victim was rendered in full. And to anticipate the development of Agafonov's trauma was not possible."


    Mirzaev began training at the Moscow-based Sambo-70 sports club in 2007. In November 2010, Mirzaev won first place at the combat sambo division of the World Sambo Championships that was held in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, submitting his opponent Baasanhut Damlanpvrev from Mongolia in thirty seconds. In the same year, the Moscow Sambo Federation awarded Mirzaev with Best Athlete of the Year in combat sambo.

    Mirzayev is undefeated in his mixed martial arts career. His record stands at five wins and no losses. His first win was in October 2009 at the Battle of Champions in Elista in a duel with Danil Turinghe. In June 2010, he defeated Marat Pekov at Fight Nights - Battle of Moscow 1. In March 2010, Mirzayev defeated Evgeni Khavilov at Battle of Moscow 3. In May of that year, he won a fight with Roman Kishev at United Glory 14: 2010-2011 World Series Finals. In July 2011, Mirzaev fought for the the Euro-Asia Featherweight Championship title in the Fight Nights - Battle of Moscow 4 event. The Japanese fighter Masanori Kanehara lost to Mirzaev by technical knockout in less than two minutes.

  • #2
    like this topic isn't interesting

    where are all those boys. what style is the best for self defence. what style is the best at street

    now you know, don't you

    it's mma. but forget that f****t, who ever said that all the fights are ending with both on the ground, it's bullshit. mma is good only for one thing. when you are standing, you expect anything. so take everyone mma and shut the f**k up. the only thing that will decide who will win, is who trains more and who drink less. and if you ever have questions like, how to win 20 boys, when you are alone. it is just 2 boys from the place you train at, will almost always beat your ass, when you are alone and without a weapon. it's a fact. if you don't understand it, you are just a kid

    now, where are all those kings and queens, let's discuss it

    stop hiding bitches

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    • #3
      Shit happens... What is your point?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Tant01 View Post
        Shit happens... What is your point?
        when boxers are offered to fight at k1, they are like: no they kick legs. when kickboxers are offered to fight at muay thai, they are like: no they strike elbows. when k1 or muay thai fighters are offered to fight at mma, they are like: no they throw and then it ends with both on the ground. and then self defence instructors are like: you will not bring the fight with both on the ground, at least not by your initention, because there are piss and broken glass. but why would you lie to yourself. if you are not going to end the fight on the ground, then fight at mma and make a rule: that on the ground you spend 10 seconds or less. but just mma fight gives the feeling that anything may happen. boxers forget that they may be thrown, not talking about a low kick even. and do you remember peter aerts fight with gary goodridge. aerts didn't expected that goodridge would throw him, and was destroyed for some seconds. of course, aerts won that fight with a ko. but that should have shown to you how it may happen if any second the referee would say: mma now boys. why would you take a possible technique out and say: oh they would win anyway. it's kiddish, don't you have that opinion

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        • #5
          When I was a young boy wrestling with my cousins I learned that I didn't like to be controlled on the ground, I didn't like being locked up and strangled but in the rough and tumble process I learned to control folks on the ground and lock them up and strangle them.

          Around the same time I was beginning to box and I learned that I didn't like being punched in the face or liver or kidneys but I also learned how to hit folks there...

          Later when I started playing Judo I learned that I didn't like getting slammed on the deck but I actually enjoyed slamming folks on the deck! I got pretty good at it too. Along with judo throwing techniques I learned more sophisticated joint locks and strangle techniques! How FUN that was!

          Some years later I met a guy who taught me that all the methods were a means to the same end. The OTHER guy should get punched, thrown down and strangled or broken!

          It's simply a matter of pressing your intent against an attacker. (I don't really play these days but I do teach others to play)

          There really is nothing new about these skills except that the general public is being exposed to the game we call MMA...

          Get yourself in school, train hard and one day you may be less frightened of others imposing their will on you.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Tant01 View Post
            When I was a young boy wrestling with my cousins I learned that I didn't like to be controlled on the ground, I didn't like being locked up and strangled but in the rough and tumble process I learned to control folks on the ground and lock them up and strangle them.

            Around the same time I was beginning to box and I learned that I didn't like being punched in the face or liver or kidneys but I also learned how to hit folks there...

            Later when I started playing Judo I learned that I didn't like getting slammed on the deck but I actually enjoyed slamming folks on the deck! I got pretty good at it too. Along with judo throwing techniques I learned more sophisticated joint locks and strangle techniques! How FUN that was!

            Some years later I met a guy who taught me that all the methods were a means to the same end. The OTHER guy should get punched, thrown down and strangled or broken!

            It's simply a matter of pressing your intent against an attacker. (I don't really play these days but I do teach others to play)

            There really is nothing new about these skills except that the general public is being exposed to the game we call MMA...

            Get yourself in school, train hard and one day you may be less frightened of others imposing their will on you.
            it was interesting to read about your past

            I actually train. I have some injuries, and don't have time for professional training. but I push up, pull up, press up. not as much as professionals. but I actually train

            at most cases it seems like you will not need more then punches. but when that someone defends them, you can actually use anything. that's why mma, as a sport, looks more real then anything else. after all, noone forbids you to use just punches, or just punches and kicks, but just to throw out the throws and some ground fighting is just kiddish. actually, it seems like a mistake, that they forbid kicks to the head of the grounded opponent while the other one is standing, as it is the first thing that most would do when fighting you at the street. and I liked mma more when they were fighting without the gloves actually

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