MMA fighters who need to retire but won't (VIDEO)

by Noa Cantu

Sep 2, 2018

MMA fighters who need to retire but won t (VIDEO)

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MMA is a very traumatic sport. Without injuries, it won't work here even for the most skilful and strong athlete. Over time, the number of these same injuries begins to adversely affect the overall health of the fighter and, after some time, he can't already boast of those indicators that demonstrated earlier. Today we'll talk about the fighters of MMA, for which it's time to think about how to end career. And it's not even about age.

Andrei Arlovski

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Andrei Arlovski is a Belarusian sportsman in mixed martial arts, the eleventh champion of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) in the heavyweight division (2005-2006). In 2005, Arlovski received an invitation to take part in the UFC and soon moved to Chicago. However, it should be noted that in the future, Andrei always stressed his origins. In particular, he went on fights with a double flag: Belarus and the United States. During his career, Andrei Arlovski lost by knockouts 10 times - and this is a very high figure. In addition, at the moment in the archives of the soldier a series of 4 losses in a row, three of which - by cruel knockouts. Despite this, Andrei Arlovski, at 38, is still not planning to retire.

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