Kirill Tereshin has some of the most ridiculous arms you will ever see. However, that did not seem to help him in an MMA fight, recently.
Tereshin made a name for himself on social media, for his ridiculously huge arms. The Russian got Synthol injections in his arms, to make his biceps a foot wide. As a result, he has attracted many eyes for his insane appearance, being dubbed “BazookaArms,” or the “Synthol Kid.”
However, Synthol injections do not provide strength, as proved recently. Tereshin took part in an MMA fight, with Russian blogger Oleg Mongol. A heated build-up led to the two facing off inside a gym, for a quick contest. A video was uploaded of the fight, where you can see how it went down.
From the start, Kirill Tereshin was struggling. He was throwing wild, winging shots at Mongol’s head. Although few shots landed, he was eventually able to drop the blogger briefly. Nevertheless, the man got back to his feet, and engaged in a clinch against the cage.
Subsequently, Mongol were able to pull Tereshin to the ground and pass to the mount. From there, he was able to take advantage of those big arms, catching Tereshin with a shoulder lock. At around three minutes into the fight, Oleg Mongol submitted Kirill Tereshin and won the fight.
Check out the video:
This was not the first time Tereshin was exploited for his lack of strength. He also took on a Russian slapping champion, to lackluster results. He was unable to even make the man flinch, before he got aggressively slapped, being knocked unconscious. Nevertheless, he looked to try his hand at competition again, but again experienced disappointing results.
And another angle of the fight:
Perhaps Kirill Tereshin is beginning to learn that his “Bazooka Arms” are more for show, not practical use. On the other hand, it seems likely that we will see more stunts like this from the Instagram star in the near future. Despite knowing the dangers of synthol, he is determined to continue down this path.
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