Iranian Hulk Set For Bare Knuckle Fight Showdown
Sajad Gharibi, popular called Iranian Hulk, has enlisted in the Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship, an American bare-knuckle boxing promotion based in Philadelphia.
The Championship is the first promotion to hold an official state sanctioned and commissioned bare-knuckle boxing event in America since 1889; and its first event was held in 2018, with five events held as of April 2019, says the BKFC website.
The BKFC president, David Feldman, said of Gharibi: “This guy’s going to make his Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship debut in early 2020.
“We’re going to do a show entitled ‘USA vs. Iran: World War III.’
“He’s literally our biggest signing we’ve ever had.
“But he’s going to make his way over to Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship, he’s gonna make a home here, and we expect really, really big things from the Iranian Hulk,” Feldman said.
Gharibi gained fame in 2016 not only for his bizarre behemoth build but because he vowed to join the fight against terrorists in Syria.
His Instagram, which has 467,000 followers, is the place where he shows off his muscles and lifts more than his own body weight: