One Russian MMA promoter once offered a MMA fighter with Nazi tattoos the chance to compete. He was brutally defeated.
Mikhail Turkanov has the symbol of the swastika tattooed on both his chest and upper right arm. He fought Alibeg Rasulov at welterweight in Fight Nights Global in 2021.
Although Turkanov was shocking to his fans, Rasulov defeated the disgraced fighter quickly.
The unbeaten prospect stopped Nazi-combattant only three minutes, and then four seconds after the start of the second round.
To record his eleventh professional victory, he rained down an avalanche of punches at the dominant crucifix to win.
Although Rasulov won an impressive victory, Turkanov was the most notable takeaway from the match.
One user on Twitter wrote, “How do someone with these tattoos ever get booked to fight?” Wtf.”
Second tweet: “Happy to watch the man be destroyed, sad to see organizations putting him in TV and paying him a wage.”
The third said: “Why does he allow him to fight there?” “He’s still being paid.”
Turkanov, also known as “The Pitbull”, suffered his sixth career loss. This brings his record to 8-6.
Since then, he has suffered a loss to Kemran Ramaldanov (a fellow Russian).