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The Top 5 Weirdest Fighters in MMA History

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If you enjoy betting on MMA or other sports, you know that opening and account at the best betting software is the best you can do, but today we are not here to talk about that! No, today we will talk about fighter!

Great athletes, with solid training in various martial arts, accompanied by nutritionists and with well-planned strategies for each fight. This is the profile of a winning fighter in MMA today. Over time, the sport has become more professional, which has created a certain standard of success. But it wasn't always like this.

Check out below some of the weirdest fighters in MMA history:


Akebono Taro

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The Hawaiian was a respected sumo-san until he tried his luck in MMA. With his 230 kilos, he became an easy target for more technical opponents, like the Brazilian Royce Gracie. He fought four fights in events such as K-1 and Hero's, and lost all four.


Hong Man Choi


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The 2.18m tall South Korean giant started his MMA career with a win and soon had the chance to face legends like Fedor Emelianenko and Mirko Cro Cop. After losing to both, he went on to have smaller fights before fading from the spotlight.


Zuluzinho

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Brazilian Wagner da Conceição Martins, son of the legendary King Zulu, started his MMA career well. After nine straight victories, he had the chance to face the Russian Fedor Emelianenko, in 2005, at Pride. He lost in 26 seconds. The 2.03 metre fighter, weighing over 180 kilos, was also defeated by Minotauro, before moving on to smaller fights.


Kimbo Slice

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Born in the Bahamas, the tough guy became famous for posting his street fights on the internet, where he was ruthless with his opponents. His fame travelled the world and led him to the movies and the UFC. But he was eventually fired after losing to Matt Matrione, in 2010.


Tank Abbott

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One of the most successful 'weirdos' in MMA history, Abbott was successful fighting in bars and on the streets of Hintington Beach, California. It was defending the "street fighting" style that he arrived at the UFC, in 1995, in the sixth edition of the event. In his first fights, Tank was relatively successful. But with the professionalization of the sport, he was overtaken. He lost to Brazilians Vitor Belfort and Pedro Rizzo - the latter in the first edition of the UFC in Brazil.

We hope you enjoyed this little foray in the weird world of sports, and stay tuned because bettingsoftware.com will be back soon with more great content for you!
 
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